We provide peer-support for individuals and their whānau connected with military and emergency services who live in New Zealand.
“Steve” was a police officer. He took his own life because he couldn’t meet the demands expected at work as well as being a father.
We at Tango Kilo Mike help the brave people who protect us, when they need it most and are at their most vulnerable.
There are a significant number of people who put their lives on the line through their service in our police, military, and emergency services. This often means they get exposed to things no one should have to endure, and this can affect them physically and/or mentally.
We provide peer support through martial arts, psychological first aid training, wellbeing management services, career transition services, and talk to serving and former members of the police, military, other emergency services and their whānau.
Our focus so far has been on building our community and training our peer support persons. In the last year we’ve trained 17 peer support persons and have seen over 60 enrolments into our community.
Help us hit the ground running by raising funds to launch our psychological first aid training services. Let’s make a difference to the lives of those who’ve put their lives on the line for us.
Tango Kilo Mike provides comprehensive peer-support for individuals and their whānau connected with the police, military, and emergency services who live in New Zealand. We are a registered charity: CC59166
Thank you ever so much for your donation!
Thank you ever so much for your donation!! We're really glad that the training was well received.
Thank you for your donation! It really helps!
Hey Nick! Thank you very much for the donation!