Our ability to thrive as human beings and as a city is closely tied to our mental health.
Since our inaugural conference in November 2019, Thrive has been working to implement our aspirations for Edinburgh alongside people who have committed to improving the mental health and wellbeing of the citizens of Edinburgh. Over the last year we have continued to work with our partners in the development of Thrive’s long-term strategic aims. The response to pandemic has been amazing with individuals and organisations continuing to deliver innovative and creative support for mental health and wellbeing. We’re looking forward to seeing you at our second Thrive Edinburgh Conference.
Get Your Thrive On! was chaired by the Lord Provost, Frank Ross, and we came together to hear about, discuss and connect on work aligned with our 4 guiding principles – Change the Conversation, Change the Culture; Act Early; Partnering with Communities and using Data and Evidence to drive and create Change - and discuss and share future aspirations.
You can read our report from the conference below
Our latest thrive briefingRead More
Scottish mental health and wellbeing charity, Health in Mind, and Thrive Edinburgh – the Edinburgh Health and Social Care Partnership’s strategy for improving mental health and wellbeing – have partnered up once again to launch its wellbeing booklet: Coorie in for WinterRead More
The update sets out the aspirations of Thrive Edinburgh, what we have delivered against our Thrive Pillars and our Adult Health and Social Care Workstreams and Change Programmes which will inform our planning for the next 3 years.Read More
Thrive Edinburgh Coorie in for Christmas* – small grants programme now open for applicationsRead More