If you’re struggling with your mental, physical or financial wellbeing, TASC’s services are here to provide an independent source of confidential support to help you get your life back on track.
It’s okay not to be okay, but if you’re seriously struggling with your mental health, TASC is here to provide confidential support and tailored treatment pathways so you can continue doing the job you love.Learn more
TASC runs the phoneline to provide immediate and ongoing support to ambulance staff who are feeling suicidal or are experiencing suicidal thoughts. Completely independent and confidential, and staff by qualified counsellors.Learn more
When someone in the ambulance community passes away, it can have a devastating impact on their family, and colleagues. TASC is here to provide a helping hand during this very difficult and confusing time.Learn more
If an ambulance staff member is injured in the line of duty, we may be able to arrange a one-to-two week residential programme at a treatment centre.Learn more
If you’re struggling with money, TASC can provide a range of support and guidance on benefits and income maximisation to help you improve your finances.Learn more
TASC’s Online Wellbeing Hub is full of information and guidance on a range of topics, from stress and low mood to healthy eating and better sleep. If you register on the platform, you can also access online evidence-based therapy modules.Learn more
Since our creation in 2015, TASC has organised and hosted the National Ambulance Memorial Service to pay tribute to our ambulance family members no longer with us.Learn more
Robert came to TASC because he was struggling with his mental health which was also starting to affect his physical wellbeing. We arranged for Robert to have sessions with our in-house counsellor to talk about coping techniques and we also funded sessions for him to meet with an external counsellor to help with his PTSD symptoms.
Robert, Ambulance Care Assistant, Aylesbury
After Paul reduced his hours at work to care for his daughter he started to struggle with his finances. Paul’s manager suggested contacting TASC and we arranged for Paul to receive a financial grant and support with TASC’s Money Advisor to help maximise his income.
Paul, Technician, Nottinghamshire
Charlotte came to TASC after she injured her back which forced her to do alternative duties. To support her recovery, TASC providing funding for Charlotte to attend a two-week residential programme.
Charlotte, Associate Ambulance Practitioner, Buckinghamshire
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