We believe that police and families should always have someone to turn to that understands their situation and can respond effectively to their needs. By providing a specialist and confidential programme of practical, emoitonal, and financial support, we help more people effectively recover and rebuild their lives.
We provide access to counselling through our confidential careline, including CBT and EMDR where clinically appropriate.
Are you struggling with your finances? Help is available, including assistance with financial hardship and benefits advice.
Getting access to the right equipment to improve your quality of life is important. That's why we fund the purchase of specialist equipment following physical injury or impairment.
The welfare needs of those who've left the service are more complex. That's why we have a team to support your specific needs.
You can self-refer, or refer someone else for help from Police Care UK. Just fill out this form and we'll get in touch. Alternatively, you can call us on 0300 012 0030 (lines open 9am-5pm Mon-Fri).
We believe that caring for their people is the duty of every police organisation. Our role is to complement this care, and help identify gaps through targeted services, projects, and programmes.
We fund innovative local projects to improve the physical and mental health of serving police officers, staff and volunteers across the UK.
We are building an evidence-base of 'what works' in police welfare by providing funding for transformative projects across policing.
A police officer dies by suicide in the UK every two weeks. Police Care UK are funding local seminars to better equip and train frontline police.
Simply complete this form and one of our team will be in contact.