City campaign aims to boost Londoners’ mental health

Campaign plans to work with employers in the capital

A campaign has been launched that aims to improve the mental health and wellbeing of people living in London. Research suggests two million Londoners experience some kind of mental health problem every year. The Mayor, Sadiq Khan, is working with 200 experts, residents, voluntary, public and private organisations, clinicians and academics to spearhead the city-wide campaign. Called Thrive LDN, one of the campaign’s aspirations is to work with employers to improve mental health in the workplace. It will also develop a programme to stamp out mental health stigma and discrimination. Jo Loughran, director of operations at Time to Change, said: “No Londoner should be made to feel isolated, ashamed and worthless because of their mental health problem.” Excerpt from Health Insurance Daily, read the full article here.

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