Thrive LDN will be holding four community workshops across London over the next two months as part of its work to hold conversations with Londoners about mental health and wellbeing.
The workshops will focus on discussing ways Londoners, the NHS and partners can work together to improve the health and happiness of everyone who lives and works in the capital.
The workshops will be held in Newham on 19th September, Hackney on 20th September, Waltham Forest on 27th September and Islington on 12 October.
Similar workshops were held in Southwark, Tower Hamlets and Barking and Dagenham over the summer, with nine problem solving booths also held so far across the capital.
The workshops are open to anyone living or working in the relevant boroughs and the conversations will be based around the six Thrive LDN aspirations.
Thrive LDN is a citywide movement to improve the mental wellbeing of all Londoners. It is supported by the Mayor of London and led by the London Health Board, in partnership with Greater London Authority, London’s CCGs through Healthy London Partnership, NHS England (London Region), Public Health England (London Region) and London Councils.
Thrive’s ‘Are we OK London?’ campaign was launched on 4 July to help have an open conversation with Londoners about mental health and wellbeing. Since its launch, the campaign has reached more than 12 million people and had over 30,000 interactions with the public.
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