You can access resources here to help promote better mental health in the emergency services.

Order information booklets

Our information booklets on mental wellbeing, stress and anxiety, seeking help for a mental health problem, supporting a colleague with a mental health problem and supporting a friend or family member are now available to buy online.

Why not order booklets for all of your team or to give to new starters, to help staff and volunteers look after themselves and others? You can order booklets in batches of 100.

Order booklets

Supporting the Blue Light Programme

We really appreciate all of the amazing support the Blue Light Programme receives from 999 services, Champions and 999 associations.

We often get asked how you can show you’re supporting the programme so we've put together some useful tips.

Use our tips

Banners and badges

Download our email banners and badges and use them to show you're supporting the Blue Light Programme.

Were Supporting The Mind Blue Light Programme Big White

Download now

Promote the confidential Blue Light Infoline

Use our Infoline badge, email signature, posters and more to help promote our confidential Blue Light Infoline in your emergency service.

Blp Infoline Badge


Promote the Infoline

Resources for Blue Light Champions

If you're a Blue Light Champion, or work together with them in your service, we have resources that can support you:

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Research and evaluation

Mind has carried out an extensive amount of research into the mental health of the emergency services, the existing support provision, people's support needs and the impact of our work so far.

You can read all of this research, including the full evaluation reports into the impact of the Blue Light Programme so far here.

Access the research

Download materials

Access some of our leaflets, posters and other materials here as PDFs or Word documents. They're ready for you to download and use to help promote better mental health in your organisation.

Download materials

Blue light stories

Ed, Zoe, Richard, Izzy, Helen, David and Andrew have all worked in the emergency services and have all experienced mental health problems.

They share their experiences here alongside other staff and volunteers in team 999.

Read the stories here

In the news

With support from emergency services staff and volunteers who decided to share their story, the Blue Light Programme has been featured on the radio, TV, in newspapers and more. See some of the coverage below:

Blue Light films

Anyone can experience a mental health problem. Take a look at our series of short films, including some created by our friends at Time to Change.

See the films

Blue Light Infoline

Get confidential support and signposting

> Find out more

Research reports

Use our learning to benefit team 999 mental health

> Download now


Access our films, case studies and more

> Access now