The PFNI Mental Health Wellbeing Programme is primarily about ‘bringing benefit to all’ through using collaborative working with key stakeholders and PFNI funding to alleviate psychological illnesses for their members over a 3‐year period with implementation commencing on 1st October 2016.
Aims of the Mental Health Wellbeing Project
- Funding of a programme to alleviate psychological illness for serving Officers over a three‐year period;
- Funding to be made available for counselling and other appropriate treatments for Voluntary Fund members;
- Provide funding for a preventative programme for all serving Officers;
- Provide funding for development of an educational programme for all serving Officers.
Is educational bespoke, mental resilience training developed by a team of clinicians from PRRT. This training is ongoing and is being currently being rolled out across the Service.
Phase 2 Services
Currently being piloted:
- Tai Chi
- Vital Nutrition Workshops
- Holistic Therapies, 50% co funded
More information on the roll out of these services will be available post evaluation in February 2018.
Did you know that can you self-refer for face-to-face counselling. Users are required to login to access the self-referral counselling telephone number.
Users can sign in to the members section of the website for more information.