This means receiving info and guidance on what activities or services are available in your community - to help you manage your emotional wellbeing. This might be a particular sport that you have an interest in, a hobby or services that can help you with any general emotional issues you may be dealing with. We may also do some 1-1 work with you to show you how you can better manage your emotional health.
This means that you might need to be supported into more targeted interventions to help support any issues that you may be dealing with. These interventions will be short but effective in improving your emotional wellbeing.
This means that sometimes we will have to contact crisis services to keep you safe before you can get the right help.
This means that we need to talk to other more specialised services – we can then discuss with them and yourself which type of help is the best for you, that cannot be given at our hubs.
The strategic vision is to establish a Manchester THRIVE Hub as a point of entry, a front door, to Manchester’s Emotional Wellbeing and Mental Health offer. This will involve having a Manchester THRIVE Hub Team based in three locality THRIVE centres across Manchester, i.e. Central, North and South locality. District based hub in each of the Localities; Central, North and South Manchester.
The Thrive team will work alongside community based services not traditionally acknowledged for their role in the improvement of good mental health and wellbeing, to enhance their offer. The aspiration is that young people and families will no longer be removed from their community, schools or colleges when seeking help for their emotional health and well-being.