Support your mental health
If you're a Police Officer, Police Staff or Retired Police Officer and you are struggling with your mental health you are not alone or if you feel you do not need to approach your force just yet.
Help is available from a number of helpful and supportive sources, to help you while you wait for support to kick in.
COPS Minds aims to bridge the gap and offers a grant application process to provide We are able to provide urgent grants to support the provision of wellness and wellbeing support and to provide support grants which are able to support the provision of private mental health treatment and programmes to improve wellness.
SHOUT feel unable to talk, Shout is just a text message away simply message shout to 85258, it's free, 24 hours and confidential mental health support.
Samaritans Feel like you are struggling but are able to talk to someone Whatever you're going through, a Samaritan will face it with you. We're here 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. simply call 116 123.
Police Federation help and support is available by the police federation, which actively supports members they offer advice and support in coping with your wellness and wellbeing.
Police Care UK charity for serving and veteran police officers and staff, volunteers, and their families who have suffered any physical or psychological harm as a result of policing.
The Police Treatment Centres The Police Treatment Centres is a registered charity that provides treatment and support, including intensive, policy-specific, physiotherapy and rehabilitation, for injured and ill police officers and retired officers.
Blue Light Mind If you're struggling, you're not alone. round-the-clock support is available for police officers from Mind.
Your Health & Wellness Matter to us at Cops Minds
to create COPS MINDS which will support private mental health counselling and treatment programmes that will offer a direct access root to mental health support for police officers.
To improve the wellbeing and wellness of serving police officers and police staff at a time when they need this support the most through the provision of support networks, wellness sessions and grant funding to provide access to private professional support.