Mental Health Resources

There are many resources available for individuals that feel they need mental health support.

Crew Care

  • A mobile app designed to bring overall awareness to mental health, increase self-awareness of stress load, and improve support offered within the public safety industry
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Crisis Test Line

  • Text 741741 from anywhere in the USA to text with a trained Crisis Counselor

Frontline Responder Services

  • Offers addiction and trauma programs individually customized to meet the specific needs of working with First Responders in Recovery

National Volunteer Fire Council Fire/EMS Helpline

  • The Fire/EMS Helpline can serve as an individual resource, or departments can offer it as an Employee Assistance Program for their members. The key difference of the Fire/EMS Helpline is that it was created for first responders by members of the fire service. This program is specifically designed to meet the unique needs of firefighters, EMTs, rescue personnel, and their families.

Safe Call Now

  • Safe Call Now is a CONFIDENTIAL, comprehensive, 24-hour crisis referral  service for all public safety employees, all emergency services personnel and their family members nationwide
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Addiction Center

  • AddictionCenter.com is a referral service that provides information about addiction treatment practitioners and facilities.

Co-Occurring Disorders – Drugrehab.com

  • Information and resources for individuals diagnosed with addiction problems and a mental health disorder

Firefighter Behavioral Health Alliance

  • The mission of Firefighter Behavioral Health Alliance is to collaborate, develop and implement behavioral health awareness, prevention, intervention, and post crisis strategies to provide firefighters with an easily accessible and confidential source of information.