Thrive is a model that began in New York, led by Mayor Blasio. It was then brought to the West Midlands, London and Bristol through the global Thrive Cities network. This network also includes Stockholm and Amsterdam and is growing across the world.
Thrive Bristol is our city’s ten year programme to improve mental health and wellbeing. It is focusing on how different parts of our city – such as our communities, our places of education and work, and our homes, can keep us mentally healthy, recognising that as little as 10% of our population’s health and wellbeing can be linked to access to healthcare.
Thrive Bristol is led by partners from across the city through the Thrive Bristol Steering Group, supported by Bristol City Council’s Public Health team. This reports in to Bristol’s Health and Wellbeing Board
The latest update to the board on Thrive Bristol can be found here.
One City Plan for Health and Wellbeing
Health and wellbeing is a priority in the One City Plan
Ambitions for Mental Health and Wellbeing in the One City Plan will be supported through the Thrive Bristol programme, including:
Thrive Programme Information
You can learn more about Thrive Bristol by reading our programme documents:
If you would like some support for your own mental health
Thrive Bristol does not provide mental health services – this is offered locally by the NHS and their partners. Information about local provision is available at Bristol Mental Health