What did Londoners say about mental health?6 December 2018, Edward Davie
In partnership with Thrive LDN, we are launching the Londoners Said report. Which distills over 1,000 conversations about what would better support people in the capital to live happier, healthier lives; to improve their mental health. Read all about it in our blog.
Mental Health Foundation welcomes launch of Thrive LDN4 July 2017,
Today the Mayor of London Sadiq Khan launches Thrive LDN, a city-wide movement to improve the mental health of all Londoners.
Circles of support
Circles of support are a group of family, friends and supportive workers who come together to give support and friendship to a person.
How we can help
We can help you to make connecting a reality in your area. Find out about what services we offer.
Our work in connecting people
Connecting People is a programme of work based on the approach that people who need support in their daily lives are more likely to be safe and fulfilled if they are helped to build strong and meaningful relationships in their community.
What is 'connecting'?
Our research has shown that people with the highest support needs rarely get the right help to make strong, enduring relationships in their local communities.
Arts, mental health and social justice in New Haven, Connecticut15 July 2016, Gail Aldam
Gail Aldam reflects on her recent trip when she spent a month working in the Programme for Recovery and Community Health at Yale University in New Haven, Connecticut, in the United States.
Mental health care in the community: lessons from India
Manoj Kumar talks about the success of a project in India, which provides community mental health care for poor people.
Homes not hospitals3 November 2015,
Last Friday NHS England released its long-awaited plan, Building the Right Support, while on the same day the Equality and Human Rights Commission (EHRC) published Is Britain Fairer? The State of Equality and Human Rights 2015. Christine Towers assesses both reports.