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Mental health, resilience and wellbeing in the Police

Information and links to online resources for current and former Victoria Police employees and their families to learn more about mental health, resilience and wellbeing.

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Depression is the most common mental health condition experienced by Victoria Police employees. It’s impacted 1 in 5 employees at some stage in their life. This is higher than the general Australian community lifetime prevalence rate of 14%.

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Anxiety is the most common mental health condition experienced in Australia, impacting 1 in 4 people at some stage in their life.

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How to help someone at risk

For someone suffering from a mental health issue like anxiety or depression, a support system is vital.

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Victoria Police Wellbeing Services

1300 090 995

For current employees, former employees and their families. For members of the public, support services are available by accessing this page.

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