First Responder Resources

First Responder Resources
TitleAgencyContact info.Service Provided
Code Green Campaigncodegreencampaign.orgThe Code Green Campaign® is a first responder oriented mental health advocacy and education organization. Has education opportunities and crisis resources specifically targeting first responders
Safe Call Nowsafecallnow.org206-459-3020Safe call now is a confidential comprehensive, 24hr crisis referral service for all public safety employees and their family members nationwide.
Share the Load NVFC’s Share the Load™ program provides access to critical resources and information to help first responders and their families manage and overcome personal and work-related problems. This includes the Fire/EMS Helpline, which offers free 24-hour assistance with issues such as stress, depression, addiction, PTSD, and more.
Coplinecopline.orgCopline is the first national law enforcement officers hotline in the country that is manned by retired law enforcement officers. Retired law enforcement officers are trained in active listening and bring the knowledge and understanding of the many psychosocial stressors that officers go through both and off the job.
Firefighters: Coping with the Aftermath of suicide promoted by Action Alliance and the American Association of Suicidology to assit Firefighters in coping with the aftermath of suicide.
Firefighter Behavioral Health Alliance’s goal is to provide behavioral health workshops to fire departments and EMS organizations across the globe, focusing on behavioral health awareness with a strong emphasis towards suicide prevention and promoting resources available to firefighters/EMS and their families.
Ewart W. Sanders Center for first responders Ewart W. Sanders Center for First Responders is a North Carolina nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization. We are building a skilled and experienced clinical and peer staff specifically trained in trauma recovery that is currently expecting to launch residential retreat programs in Spring 2016. We will be offering week-long inpatient retreats staffed with trained peer counselors and clinicians. No one knows first responders and military like their own, and each retreat is specifically built for each type of responder.