Whether you’re looking for yourself, or to help a friend or others in your community, explore simple tools, ideas and inspiration to help improve wellbeing.
Here you can find the resources you need to build skills and confidence to improve your own mental wellbeing, and to support others.
A mental health emergency should be taken as seriously as a physical one. You will not be wasting anyone’s time.
Targeted support and wellbeing resources for refugees, asylum seekers and displaced people.
General wellbeing guidance in 36 languages and targeted support for refugee communities
Thrive LDN’s 2021’s festival, Never Alone LDN, took a look at how young Londoners can come together to overcome the challenges we face, and reflecting on the experiences of young Londoners over the course of the Covid-19 pandemic.
Right now, we know that there are many people who may want extra help and need specialist support for their mental health and wellbeing. Here are some sources of support and some useful ways to get support if you are finding it hard.
We know there is a lot here to explore in one go. So check out our selection below to see what works for you or what helps you to support others.
More than 12 people a week take their own life in London. If someone was in crisis, would you know what to say? There’s free suicide prevention training to help.
In this short video, learn more about emotional resilience from Dr Radha and get lots of practical ideas to help keep yours ‘topped up’.
We’ve worked with Doctors of the World and the Mayor of London to create some tools and tips to support Londoners’ mental health and wellbeing in 36 languages.
‘An Invitation’ is a guided meditation, with music containing a mixture of kind of frequency hertz and binaural beats.