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.
M-Thrive Referral System
As a single point of entry, access to our service comes via a referral form. The referral forms can be completed by parents/carers, schools, general practitioners, a self-referral form can also be completed via the self-access form on our website. If a young person engages with our service and gets their desired outcome, however further down the line a new issue presents itself, the option to re-refer into the service is always available.
Our service covers various areas across the north, central, and south districts within Manchester, we also have a hub which covers areas within Salford. Each referral we receive will be allocated to a specific hub based upon the location of the young persons registered GP Practice, not school or home address.
Types of service we offer
M-Thrive is a low-level intervention service, operating within the ‘getting advice’ and ‘getting help’ sections of the thrive framework quadrant. Our service is designed to advise, guide, signpost and get help for young people within Manchester currently facing mental health and emotional wellbeing issues.