Black Thrive has partnered with numerous organisations from across the socio-demographic spectrum to ensure that our initiative can create systematic changes to the outcomes of black people as recommended by the BHWC report. Partnering with organisations where the issues Black Thrive is tackling are most often presented, plays a key role in addressing the problems that manifest out of the inequitable experiences some patrons of the community experience.
Black Thrive is working to make the changes needed to address these inequities and so has created a big enough platform for all those involved to participate in the conversation. This page represents a small fraction of the numerous representatives of organisations which are involved with Black Thrive. Our Working Groups and Steering Committee are comprised of members of many difference organisations all understanding the importance of addressing in 5 years what the system has been unable to change for decades.
If you want to see who is behind this initiative come to an event and see how we are taking our community from surviving to thriving.
An organisation committed to equality and diversity in Lambeth. They promote equality and eliminate discrimination in health and health services so that people have fair access to services on the basis of health needs.Read more
The Metropolitan Police Service has pledged its commitment to challenging mental health stigma and promoting positive wellbeing among staff and officers.Read more
Slam provides mental health services for people living in Croydon, Lambeth, Lewisham and Southwark and has the largest mental health research and development portfolio in the country.Read more
Public Health Lambeth are the partners who will hold the data for Black Thrive and lead the work on the shared measurement system.Read more
Healthwatch Lambeth works to ensure local people’s voices count when it comes to shaping and improving local health and care services.Read more