I work in health, care or emergency services
As a health, care or emergency service worker you’ll have been at the frontline, working through the pandemic. No matter what your role it’s likely that the hours have been long, the pressures high and the stress and worry significant.
Whilst the public has seen frontline workers as heroes and celebrated their achievements it’s understandable that the reality of how you are truly feeling may be very different.
It’s important to understand that it’s okay to not be okay. These are challenging times, with the continued demand and pressure upon services.
We understand there can be a lot for staff to deal with – difficulties at work, challenges in home and family life, and/or previous difficulties stemming from the past. Whether you’ve experienced a breakdown in family life, worrying about financial pressures, or simply finding everything a little too much – we are here to help.
You can complete our wellbeing questionnaire and a member of our qualified and experienced team will get in touch with you to speak to you about how you are feeling and offer relevant support, advice and guidance.
We understand that it’s not always easy to come forward and ask for help or to acknowledge a problem, but it’s so important that you look after your own needs and support your wellbeing at this time. Our services are completely confidential and we can help with a range of issues from emotional wellbeing to bereavement, debt, domestic violence and relationship issues.
You can take a look at a wide range of self-help resources, tools and guidance here.
Page last updated: 24 May, 2023, 2:59pm