Wakefield Police officer steps up to help her community with creating a youth mental health first aid class. Often times in law enforcement it can be frustrating not having services to help individuals with mental illnesses in your community. I think it is often overlook that you can make a huge difference as a law enforcement officer in your community. You do not have to be a doctor, counselor or social worker to make a difference toward mental health in your community. You just have to try! Check out this article here.
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