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Mental health problems affect around one in four people in Britain, and it's even more common among people in the ambulance service.
37% of fire service personnel think that colleagues would treat them differently, in a negative way, if they disclosed a mental health problem at work.
Our research shows that emergency services personnel are just as likely to seek help from a colleague as from a GP, so the support you offer can be really valuable. (Image: Metropolitan police)
If you know someone has been unwell, don’t be afraid to ask how they are. Letting them know they don’t have to avoid the issue with you is important.
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