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Retired Peer Support Officers

Retired Peer Support Services
Retired Peer Support is a process whereby retirees trained to recognise various signs and symptoms of stress, PTSD, depression and other mental health issues, voluntarily provide confidential support at the peer level rather than a professional level and assist members who have left Victoria Police. Retired Peer Support Officers do this by listening, understanding, assisting in problem solving and providing appropriate referrals when necessary.

Retired Peer Support services follow the belief that individuals who have lived experiences of life issues such as:

the demands and stresses of operational policing;
critical incident stress;
a life-changing event;
an addiction or problem behaviour;

can better relate to other retirees trying to deal with similar issues, than those who have not had that experience.

If you or anyone you know needs the help of a Retired Peer Support Officer please contact:
Vicki Key
Retired Peer Support Co-ordinator
0473 626 443

If the matter is urgent please contact Lifeline on 13 11 14 or Beyond Blue on 1300 224 636

Retired Peer Support

Added: 13 July 2015


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