Helping the
Emergency Services
Understand ADHD

We help staff in the Emergency Services live with ADHD and drive change throughout the Criminal Justice System.

Who are the
ADHD Alliance?

We are the first National ADHD association dedicated to supporting ADHD in all of the emergency services. The Alliance was set up by a group of police officers who wanted to change how ADHD is supported in the workplace and within the criminal justice system. We quickly realised there was a need for support throughout blue light services, so the ADHD Alliance was born.

Our Partners

What does the Alliance Offer?

We are an ADHD group that provides support to its members through various means, aiming to help individuals with ADHD navigate their challenges and learn to live with ADHD.

Contact Us

Would you like to work with us? We’re passionate about reforming the criminal justice system and ensuring staff in the emergency services are provided support. Please reach out to us if you would like to launch a local ADHD Alliance network in your workplace. We would welcome the opportunity to work together! 

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Our Mission

Our mission is to provide support, education, and resources to individuals and families of those in the emergency services affected by Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD). We also want to help the emergency services understand how ADHD impacts the public so we can support them better. We believe that ADHD is a condition that should be acknowledged and accepted, and that individuals with ADHD have unique strengths and capabilities.

Our goal is to empower individuals with ADHD to reach their full potential by providing them with the tools they need to succeed in all aspects of their lives. We are committed to fostering a community that both supports and raises awareness about ADHD, and to reducing the stigma often associated with this condition. We strive to provide reliable and up-to-date information, as well as a safe and welcoming space for individuals to connect, share their experiences, and learn from one another.