Many people struggle to ask for help when facing difficulties. At TASC, we’re here to help you get your life back on track.
If you’re one of the thousands of people in the UK’s ambulance community currently self-isolating you may be experiencing boredom, stress or social isolation which can all result in feelings of loneliness. With our new free Talk With TASC service, we can arrange for one of our friendly TASC volunteers to call you at a prearranged time for a friendly chat.Learn more
If you’re worried about your mental health or are struggling with a traumatic event, we can provide funding for up to six sessions of counselling with a qualified and local counsellor.Learn more
If you’re injured in the line of duty, or have a condition worsened by you work, we can provide funding for up to ten physiotherapy sessions with a local therapist or arrange a one or two-week treatment plan in a residential facility.Learn more
If you’re in debt or struggling with your finances, we can arrange for you to receive debt advice over the phone. During particularly hard times, we may also be able to offer you support in the form of a financial grant.Learn more
If an ambulance staff member dies while in service, we can arrange support and counselling for their close family members and colleagues. We also host the National Ambulance Memorial Service every two years.Learn more
Using our online platform, you can access information and self-guidance on a range of welfare topics from handling anxiety and stress to stopping smoking and substance abuse.Learn more
If you have a question about our services, eligibility criteria or application process, visit our Frequently Asked Questions page.FAQs
TASC announced today that they are extending their phoneline opening times by 10 hours a week to make contacting the service easier for their beneficiaries. TASC’s phoneline is now open 8am – 6pm, Monday – Friday.
Our services are completely confidential and anything you share with us will be kept in the strictest confidence and in line with General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).