The National i-THRIVE Community of Practice is made up of over 99 local sites that are working to implement the THRIVE Framework for system change (Wolpert et al., 2019) in their services for children and young people’s mental health and wellbeing. These sites are responsible for over 62% of the population of children and young people in England.
Members of the National i-THRIVE Community of Practice receive a number of benefits including:
- Opportunity for local representatives to attend bi-annual national cross-sector shared learning events
- Monthly newsletters, sharing examples of best practice and resources to support implementation of the THRIVE Framework
- Opportunities for the children’s workforce across the locality to liaise and engage with members, enabling collaborative practice across national sites
- Annual termly or quarterly coaching and consultation support with the National i-THRIVE Programme to build local capacity
For details of the National i-THRIVE Community of Practice events to date please click here.
For implementation stories from a variety of sites within the National i-THRIVE Community of Practice please click here.
Map of membership of the National i-THRIVE Community of Practice:
*map based on CCG boundaries in 2015.
If you are interested in joining the National i-THRIVE Community of Practice or would like to find out more about the support that you can access through it, please contact Bethan Morris at firstname.lastname@example.org.