When someone passes away, it can have a devastating impact on their family, friends and colleagues. We are here to provide a helping hand during this very difficult and confusing time.
When someone dies in service, we can provide advice, guidance and bereavement counselling and a listening ear for their close family members and loved ones. We can also support the family members of ambulance staff who have recently left the service due to a terminal illness.Apply for support
For many in the ambulance services, your colleagues are like your extended family, and when someone dies suddenly, it can have an enormous impact on everyone. If your team has recently suffered a bereavement, TASC can provide a range of support, from information and guidance to arranging a one-off counselling drop-in day in a local setting.Contact us to find out more
Every two years, TASC hosts the National Ambulance Memorial Service to remember and honour those people in the ambulance services who are no longer with us. The event takes place at the National Memorial Arboretum in Staffordshire.Learn more about the memorial service
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).