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Charities and Organisations

When we need support for stress or PTSD, it is when we are at our most vulnerable and confused.
We sometimes just want to be directed and even told what can be done and by whom.
I know I’ve been there and had no idea of what or who to call for help.

These are just a start, but sometimes this is all we need.

A few things that may help in the long run

Industrial Injuries Disablement Benefit – For any injury received whilst on duty, assaults, accidents or trauma, make sure the works accident book is complete and then click the link below and get them recorded with IIDB. This will help later on if you ever find yourself suffering pain and discomfort because of the job.

https://www.gov.uk/industrial-injuries-disablement-benefit

If facing Ill Health Retirement (IHR) registering for a Personal Independence Payment (PIP) which helps towards paying for long term care/therapy is another suggestion.

https://www.gov.uk/pip

Meet the helpers.

Remember all of these agencies and organisations are run on kind donations.

All the monies raised are by donations or by dedicated and helpful volunteers.

If you have been helped and have benefited from any one of these organisations or just want to help, please consider getting involved and raising money and pledging your support.

IODPA

Injury On Duty Pensioners Association

IODPA is the only dedicated organisation that supports police officers that have been injured on duty through no fault of their own. Injuries can be mental, physical, or on occasions can be both.

PCUK

Police Care UK

We are the charity for serving and veteran police officers and staff, volunteers, and their families.

We are independent of the police service, and are funded entirely by donations and fundraising – we receive no money from government or forces for our work.

CoPS

Care of Police Survivors

COPS is dedicated to helping surviving families rebuild their lives after the death of a police officer on duty. It aims to provide the survivors with all the help they need to cope with such a tragedy whilst remaining part of the police family.

PTSD999

PTSD999

We are the only organisation in the UK that supports all members of the emergency services, both serving and retired, voluntary, family and friends. PTSD999 is completely independent and funded by private donations and products that we deliver.

Blue Lamp Foundation

Pc David Rathband’s Blue Lamp Foundation

PC David Rathband’s Blue Lamp Foundation supports any serving member of the Police, Fire and Ambulance service who has been injured whilst on duty. For details of the grants available, please visit the Foundation’s website.

The Gurney Fund

Gurney Fund

The Fund exists to provide support relating to education and development for the children of police officers, from subscribing forces, where a parent has died or retired on ill health grounds.

Flint House

Flint House Rehabilitation Centre

Flint House has a highly skilled team of Physiotherapists, Mental Health Practitioners and Registered Nurses, who every year assist over 3300 Officers get back to full operational health. Flint House focuses on assisting serving officers back to full duties, using sophisticated and specialised programme of treatments and therapies.

Auchterarder

Auchterarder Convalescent Home

This Police Treatment Centre is a registered charity which provides treatment and support, including intensive, police-specific, physiotherapy and rehabilitation, for injured and ill police officers and retired officers.

Based in Scotland

Harrogate

Harrogate Convalescent Home

This Police Treatment Centre is a registered charity which provides treatment and support, including intensive, police-specific, physiotherapy and rehabilitation, for injured and ill police officers and retired officers.

Based in Harrogate

PRoHT

Police Roll of Honour Trust

The Police Roll of Honour Trust is a charitable organisation registered in England & Wales[1] and Scotland[2], it was founded in 2000 and records all those British Police Officers who have lost their lives on and in the line of duty. It is the only Police organisation to be granted a Royal Charter

DPA

Disabled Police Association

We are the national body representing disability support networks from police forces across the UK. Our main aim, and a key part of our strategic vision is to promote equality of opportunity for disabled people working within the extended police family.

Combat Stress

Combat Stress

For a century we’ve been helping former servicemen and women deal with issues like post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), anxiety and depression. Today we provide specialist treatment and support for veterans from every service and conflict to give them hope and a future.

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