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Save the date for London’s Great Mental Health Day 2024

Great Mental Health banner stating "Great Mental Health in London, Friday 26 January 2024"

On Friday, 26 January 2024, Great Mental Health Day will take place across London.

Now in its third year, Great Mental Health Day is a London-wide initiative and for 2024 will explore the importance of meaningful connections and highlight the power of relationships, collectivising, and social networks.

The start of a new year is a time for setting goals and seeing it as a chance for positive change or action. But for many of us, things may continue to feel challenging or uncertain, particularly as cost-of-living pressures are impacting on many people’s mental health and wellbeing.

Great Mental Health Day will get us talking about our mental health and wellbeing and to help break that stigma that so often exists around the subject. It is an opportunity to share awareness of the great local support services that are available. As well as acting as a reminder that we can all do our bit to spread hope and kindness, and to help each other.

You can also get involved by exploring the Great Mental Health Day interactive map on Thrive LDN’s website, join an online event, or use the hashtag #GreatMentalHealth to share their own stories, experiences and plans for the day across all social media platforms.

For more details about the day visit Thrive LDN’s website or search ‘Great Mental Health Day London’.

Support and resources

Zero Suicide Alliance – Suicide Prevention Training

Zero Suicide Alliance’s free online training courses teach the skills and confidence to have a potentially life-saving conversation with someone you’re worried about. Access their training modules by clicking here.


Local support

You can access the full range of local support on our Getting help in a mental health crisis page by clicking here.


National support

Please click on the titles below to access the websites.