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Thrive at Doncaster Mind is a service funded by Doncaster Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) in collaboration with organisations across Doncaster. It aims to offer up to six months of support to people who regularly access services more frequently than is typically expected.

Is this service right for me?

You may be interested in this service if you identify that you are regularly accessing services such as A&E, a GP, NHS 111, Crisis Services or others to support your immediate mental health needs.

How can the service help me?

Our friendly team will work with you to consider your individual needs and to understand the importance of services to you. Through regular, recovery based support, we will consider your strengths and encourage you to take control of your mental health and well-being.

We will help you to identify and access a plan of care that is most relevant to you. This may include thinking about:

  • ways to manage your mental health
  • physical health
  • Living skills
  • Friends & Community
  • Use of time
  • Relationships
  • Addictive behaviour
  • Home life
  • Identity and self esteem
  • Trust and hope

It may be reassuring to know that you will work with the same person each week to identify particular difficulties that you may be facing in these areas.

Our focus is supporting your recovery by agreeing personal goals and developing coping strategies to support your ability to overcome challenges and manage your mental health and well-being in a healthy way.

We recognise that everyone’s journey is unique and that mental health and well-being can change from time to time. To support your recovery, we encourage regular opportunities to review the work together and to make changes where we agree that they are needed.

Our service user leaflet provides more information about the way we work Thrive Service User Leaflet 2021

Winter Wellbeing Sessions Online 11:30 - 12:30 every Tuesday up until the end of March 2021

The Thrive Service will be providing group Winter Well-being sessions online via Zoom during the Winter season. Each session considers; how to set 'intentions', plan for change, focus on needs and recognise strengths together with supporting emotional wellbeing. 

For more information about the service and how to support your wellbeing through the Winter months, we have created a short booklet to read. Download your free copy here: Winter Wellness Booklet 2020

To start a conversation

You can contact our team via telephone or email to find out more information:

Telephone: 01302 812190


Refer In

To refer into the Thrive service, please complete our referral form. Please provide as much information as possible.

We will aim to return to you within 10 working days.

In an emergency

If you or someone else is at risk of serious harm; please call 999 for an ambulance or access A&E.

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1st March 2021 - 31st March 2021, 12:00 - 11:00

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