The Black Thrive website contains a lot of information about who we are and what we are going to achieve in Lambeth. You may have visited our site to find out more about us or you may have visited because you have concerns regarding black mental health and wish to find some help.
Cllr Jacqui Dyer once stated that it was the” everyday stresses of life” that can bring about situations that result in someone coming into contact with mental health services. That’s why at Black Thrive we are working with both services and the community members to create solutions that address the inequities which can be considered a source of everyday stresses.
If you would like to talk to someone about mental health issues or would like to find out more information regarding black mental health and wellbeing in Lambeth please consider visiting some of the links below:
Talking plays a fundamental role in breaking down the stigma that exists regarding mental health and wellbeing. What's important to understand is that the conversations we have surrounding this subject are not just for the professionals or experts but for everyone as we are all affected.
If you need information on different community resources available to you in Lambeth, please click on the Lambeth Community and Services Guide. The guide has a number of connections to community services such as: