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Mental health programme: Thrive Bristol

Mental health programme: Thrive Bristol

Thrive Bristol, a mental health and wellbeing programme for all ages.

Thrive Bristol is a new ten year programme to improve the mental health and wellbeing of everyone in Bristol, with a focus on those with the greatest needs.

It covers all ages and considers mental health in its broadest sense. It ranges from plans to improve the whole population’s wellbeing to interventions for people experiencing mental illness.

Thrive’s focus and approach

‘Thrive’ focuses on prevention and early intervention and works by using public, private and third sector cooperation and leadership (and resources) across Bristol.

Marmot Review (2010) on health inequalities which called on us to address the social causes of health and the ‘causes of the causes’.

The main themes of Thrive are:

  • Thriving at Work  (pdf, 2MB) (opens new window)
  • Time to Change Bristol 
  • Mental health awareness training
  • Children and Young People’s Mental Health 
  • Student Mental Health 
  • Integrating Physical and mental health: Smoking and Mental Health
  • Housing, Homelessness and Mental Health 
  • Debt and mental health (Universal Credit)
  • Domestic abuse and mental health 
  • Community approaches to mental health 
  • Arts and Mental Health 

Learn more about Thrive

You can learn more about Thrive Bristol by reading our programme documents:

Time to Change local hub

As part of the programme, we’ll host a new Time to Change Bristol hub in partnership with Bristol Anti Stigma Alliance (BASA).

For more information see our Time to Change news release.

This hub supports the aims for Bristol to become a city free from mental health stigma and discrimination.