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Working to improve your health and wellbeing at home, work, and out in the wider world.

We are committed to ensuring that every resident has the opportunity to thrive at work, at home, and in their daily lives. Our wellbeing programmes have been established to help support people, promote healthier lifestyles, and highlight the importance of working together to create supportive environments.

Whether you're a small, medium, or large organisation our programmes are designed to support your staff to feel empowered, more motivated, and better supported in their roles.

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Portfolio Holder

Councillor Izzi Seccombe

Leader of Warwickshire County Council

Ed Cox (BW)

Lead Officer

Ed Cox

Executive Director - Strategy, Integration & Net-Zero

What we're doing

Thrive at Work

Thrive at Work is a workplace commitment with criteria and guidelines on creating a workplace that promotes employee health and wellbeing.

Thrive at Home

If you're finding it hard to work remotely or manage staff working from home, Thrive at Home provides helpful resources to support staff wellbeing at home.

Thrive into Work

Thrive into Work offers one-to-one job finding support to people with health challenges.
Find out what we're doing in your area

Wellbeing programmes

Office Based WMCA

Thrive at Work

Learn about our FREE workplace wellbeing programme

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Thrive at Home

Provides helpful resources to support staff wellbeing at home

Portway Lifestyle Centre

Thrive into Work

Offers one-to-one job finding support to people with health problems

Cycling Walking

Include me West Midlands

A regional approach to promoting physical activity for disabled people

Birmingham City University (1)

West Midlands Mental Health Commission

Working to tackle mental health challenges

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