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Mental Perk Vol 38: SWAT and Mental Health: Pain Shared is Pain Divided

June 26, 2024 Karla Hutcherson; Brandi Mock
Mental Perk Vol 38: SWAT and Mental Health: Pain Shared is Pain Divided
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Mental Perk Vol 38: SWAT and Mental Health: Pain Shared is Pain Divided
Jun 26, 2024
Karla Hutcherson; Brandi Mock

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Richard "Trey" Ashcroft is a career police officer, member of the Garland SWAT Team, and President of the Police Association. Trey highlights the challenges police officers face on the job and in their personal lives and the importance of managing mental health both on and off duty. Trey uses honest dialogue to describe the crucial elements police officers face everyday and helps the audience see police officers as "real people with real issues". Join us in honoring police officers and the sacrifices they make for our communities.

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Send us a Text Message.

Richard "Trey" Ashcroft is a career police officer, member of the Garland SWAT Team, and President of the Police Association. Trey highlights the challenges police officers face on the job and in their personal lives and the importance of managing mental health both on and off duty. Trey uses honest dialogue to describe the crucial elements police officers face everyday and helps the audience see police officers as "real people with real issues". Join us in honoring police officers and the sacrifices they make for our communities.

Support the Show.

If you or anyone you know are struggling with a mental health issue, suicidal thoughts, or self-harm behaviors, please reach out for help, talk to someone you trust and connect with a mental health professional. If you are in immediate danger of hurting yourself or hurting someone else, please call 911, go to your local ER or contact the national suicide hotline at 988. Mental Perk wants you to know "You're Worthy...We're in this together"