Fort Worth Police Union Offering Free, Discreet Counseling For Officers Struggling With Mental Health

FORT WORTH, Texas – The union that represents Fort Worth police officers launched a program earlier this month to support their mental health.

Any officers on the force can now receive personal counseling anonymously and free of charge.

Fort Worth Police Lt. Ward Robinson has seen graphic murder scenes and senseless killings. 

“I was dealing with some of the most traumatic events that anybody could have to deal with,” he said. “Kids and the elderly for me personally have been the harder ones to deal with.”

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