For Immediate Help
Text BLUE to 741741
Sponsored Resources for First Responders
Specialized First Responder Treatment Services
Acadia Healthcare’s Treatment Placement Specialists® (TPS) team provides complimentary treatment guidance and referrals for individuals who need personalized programming due to behavioral health and substance use concerns. As a free resource to licensed professionals, families, employer groups, first responders, higher education entities, and individuals in need, TPS empowers clients to feel confident in their treatment decisions, yielding stronger results and more positive recovery outcomes..
The Resilient Minds Training Program is a life-changing program that is based upon the basic concepts of positive psychology. The Resilient Minds Training Program is a three-day interactive training program which provides attendees with a roadmap to change the culture within their organization surrounding behavioral health issues. The curriculum focuses on the impact of operational and organizational stress, the effect of trauma and life experience on employee attitudes, holistic employee health strategies, and enhancing interpersonal and community relationships.
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Substance Abuse & Mental Health Resources
Helping someone who is struggling with control might be difficult. You may feel helpless and unsure what to do if someone you know is going through this. Learn how to provide support and understanding with the resources below.
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline
We can all help prevent suicide. The Lifeline provides 24/7, free and confidential support for people in distress, prevention and crisis resources for you or your loved ones, and best practices for professionals. Hours: Available 24 hours. Languages: English, Spanish.
American Foundation for Suicide Prevention
Whether you have struggled with suicide yourself or have lost a loved one, know you are not alone. Hear about personal experiences from people in your local community whose lives have been impacted by suicide.
Crisis Text Line
Text HOME to 741741 from anywhere in the United States, anytime. Crisis Text Line is here for any crisis. A live, trained Crisis Counselor receives the text and responds, all from our secure online platform.
Help for our Heroes Program
Transformations at Mending Fences offers residential & PHP treatment programs for veterans and first responders struggling with primary mental health, trauma, PTSD, addiction, depression, and co-occurring disorders.
Del Ray Beach: firstname.lastname@example.org
Sunrise Detox is a premiere center for drug and alcohol detox. Sunrise promises to give you one of the most comfortable medical detox processes available.
War Horses for Veterans
Through exceptional horsemanship, War Horses for Veterans provides combat veterans and first responders the tools for growth personally and professionally.
Blue Life Academy
The Blue Life Academy delivers web-based and on-site behavioral health education for American law enforcement professionals and behavioral health providers who serve them. Frank Gallo PHD runs this program. Frank is a former SWAT cop from Rhode Island.
Frank Gallo PHD
Blue Life Behavioral Health P.O. Box 8592 Cranston, RI 02920
LEADER at McLean Hospital
Specialized Mental Health Services for First Responders at McLean Hospital. McLean understands that police, active military and other first responders endure unique on-duty and personal stresses, and also face many obstacles in seeking help. The LEADER (Law Enforcement, Active Duty, Emergency Responder) program at McLean Hospital is proud to provide specialized mental health and addiction services, designed specifically for men and women in uniform.
Massachusetts Coalition of Police
Brian Fleming: 617-719-1605
Tom Famolare: 617-866-9999
This is a safe, easy way to learn whether stress and depression might be affecting you. Using this service is completely voluntary, confidential, and anonymous. No information will be shared with anyone, including the Massachusetts Coalition of Police (MASS C.O.P.).
The Code Green Campaign
PO Box 15365 Spokane Valley WA, 99215
The Code Green Campaign® is a first responder oriented mental health advocacy and education organization. Also known as Code Green, we serve all types of first responders.
Top-rated, cutting-edge Substance Abuse & Mental Health treatment. Providing medically integrated Detox, Residential, Long-term, Short-term & Outpatient.
Cop2Cop | NJFOP
We provide crisis support, answers to legal, financial, employment, and relationship questions, clinical assessments, referrals to police clinical network.
American Addiction Centers
Begin your recovery at American Addiction Centers (AAC), the leading provider for addiction treatment nationwide, specializing in evidence-based treatment and mental health care.
Meet our Admissions Team. Available 24/7.
CopLine has earned the trust of the Law Enforcement community by providing peer listening through a hotline by maintaining complete confidentiality as well as anonymity if the caller chooses. We train competent, confident, committed, and compassionate retired officers to engage with callers on the daily stressors officers and their family members experience.
Help for our Heroes Program
We are a dedicated treatment program designed to serve the mental health and substance abuse needs of active duty and retired military personnel, veterans, first responders, and other high-risk frontline professionals.
Save a Warrior
Save A Warrior believes in challenging conventional thinking. The way we challenge the idea of suicide is so novel and so inspiring, it connects the lives of all who are transformed from sharing in this experience.
Social Workers / Therapists
Counseling is a mainstay of treatment for people with depression and substance abuse issues. Cognitive behavioral therapy, family counseling, and other types of therapy can help you on the path to a better life.
Patricia Diaferio LICSW
Patricia Diaferio, LICSW, graduated from the Boston College Graduate School of Social Work while working as a social worker at the Massachusetts Department of Social Services. She worked in the Emergency Department at Brigham and Women’s Hospital prior to moving her career to McLean Hospital in June of 1996.
Thomas A. Peltz, LMHC, CAS, M.Ed.
Thomas A. Peltz has worked in the mental health field as both a counselor and an administrator since 1973. He’s an expert with hospital, residential, detoxification, outpatient treatment and partial hospital program levels of care.