Resource Database-

If you are interested in being added to our resource database please email us at: help@frontlinerescue.net or use the contact form below. FLR is dedicated to raising funds to pay for any first responder to attend your training, conference or retreat when the financial means are unavailable. We believe in unity among organizations, therefore we support everyone and want the first responder to choose their path of recovery; we will do our best to get them there.

National Suicide Prevention Hotline
1-800-273-8255
suicidepreventionlifeline.org 

SAMHSA'S National Help Line
This helpline is a free, confidential, 24/7, 365 day a year treatment referral and information service for individuals and families facing mental and/or substance use disorders.
1-800-662-HELP (4357)
samhsa.gov


CRISIS LINES/COUNSELING REFERRALS/MENTAL HEALTH TRAINING


Crisis Text Line

crisistextline.org
Text: BADGE to 741741

Safe Call Now
24 hour crisis referral service for public safety and their family members.
safecallnow.org
(206) 459-3020

Serve & Protect
Connects Public Safety to trauma services
serveprotect.org
(615) 373-8000 

Code 1 Wellness 
Founded by a LE Officer, their upcoming facility specializes in providing mental health and wellness for public servants. 
code-1wellness.com 
(816) 434-0302 

Cop-line 
A confidential helpline for members of U.S. Law Enforcement. Their website also has additional information for help and resources. 
copline.org 
1-800-267-5463 

Front Line Helpline 
24/7 coverage with first responder call takers 
frontlinerehab.com 
1-866-676-7500 

Detroit-Wayne Integrated Health Network (DWIHN)
Dedicated to improving the competency and retention of the mental health workforce

Dr. Lamaurice Gardner (First Responder Psychologist) MICHIGAN
We call him "Doc" here in Michigan and he does excellent work helping our brothers and sisters. 
30455 Northwestern Highway
Suite 145
Farmington Hills, MI 48334
(248)701-1619

Dr. Katherine Kuhlman (First Responder Psychologist) ARIZONA/COLORADO
Kuhlman Psychology and Consulting was established to provide quality therapeutic and evaluation services, aimed at serving clients in high-stress and high-trauma occupations. They have experience working with law enforcement, firefighters, EMS, ER and hospital personnel.
Phone: (602) 730-2366
Address: 15720 N. Hayden-Greenway Loop, Suite 8B, Scottsdale, AZ 85260
Email: info@drkuhlman.com

Dr. Stephanie Conn (First Responder Psychologist) OREGON
Experienced as a dispatcher, law enforcement officer (and married to one!) she is dedicated to helping first responders and their families with mental health and support.  Dr. Conn also provides training, for more info visit her website.

Responder Strong
Crisis Hotline:  If you are experiencing any crisis – work-related, substance use, depression, romantic, financial or any other – reach out by texting “BADGE” to 741741.

Responder Strong partners with mental heaIth providers to improve supports for first responders and their families.  Responder strong offers professional assistance, resources/articles, educational resources and self-help tools.  Rhonda Kelly is a firefighter turned clinician specializing in treating first responders including fire, EMS, emergency dispatch and law enforcement.

ORGANIZATIONS, NON-PROFITS PROMOTING MENTAL HEALTH AWARENESS

Detroit-Wayne Integrated Health Network (DWIHN)
Dedicated to improving the competency and retention of the mental health workforce

Concerns of Police Survivors (C.O.P.S.)
Rebuilding shattered lives of survivors and co-workers affected by line-of-duty deaths.  This wonderful organizations host's many conferences including but not limited to trauma and wellness.
(573) 346-4911

Academy Hour
Providing valid, practical, relevant and supportive mental health education which will help law enforcement officers and first responders gain resiliency, longevity, and overall well-being on and off the job. 

Warriors Rest Foundation (Oklahoma)
Working together, they help to build resiliency with law enforcement, their partners, and their families to foster healthy professional and personal lives. These folks are excellent and travel across the U.S. to help many first responders with peer support training amongst many other things.
Email: brad@warriorsrestfoundation.org


Valor 
Officer Safety and Wellness program which provides resources and training.
valorforblue.org

Badge of Life
Focused on educating and training law enforcement on mental health and suicide.
badgeoflife.org

Humanizing the Badge
Forging stronger relationships between LE and the communities they serve.
humanizingthebadge.com 

Blue H.E.L.P. 
Organization working to raise suicide awareness for police officers. 
bluehelp.org 



LAW ENFORCEMENT RESOURCES



Warriors Rest Foundation (Oklahoma)
Working together, they help to build resiliency with law enforcement, their partners, and their families to foster healthy professional and personal lives. These folks are excellent and travel across the U.S. to help many first responders with peer support training amongst many other things.
Email: brad@warriorsrestfoundation.org

Genesis House Treatment Facility
The First Responder Recovery Program at Genesis House treats the unique experiences of uniformed professionals in a private and confidential setting. Clients in this program benefit from specialized individual and small group therapy led by Dr. Philip Bulone, a retired First Responder who specializes in trauma-informed care and Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD).
They proudly serve: Police – Firefighters – Military – Veterans – Correctional Officers Security Officers – Paramedics – Emergency Medical Technicians Emergency Response Providers – 911 Operators – Doctors – Nurses – Crisis Workers – Disaster Responders – Rescue Workers
1-800-737-0933


The Hero Resource Center
The Hero Resource Center is an Exclusive Online Platform where Active & Retired Heroes (Police Officers, Fire Fighters, Military Personnel & First Responders) can connect with businesses and other Heroes in Real Time on their Facebook Like Platform! Create a Profile, Unveil Exclusive Tools , View Deals, Write Reviews, and Communicate with Heroes Worldwide!

International Brotherhood of Police Officers
IBPO offers direct access to professional, experienced negotiators on staff, ready to help you local negotiate the best contract possible. They are also very involved with local charities and the community.
ibpo.org
(703) 979-0290

National Law Enforcement Officer Memorial Fund
Founded in 1984, The NLEOMF is dedicated to telling the story of American Law Enforcement, honor the fallen and make it safer for those who serve.  This is a phenomenal 501(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to honoring the fallen.
(202) 737-3400

National Sheriff's Association
The National Sheriff's Association is a professional association dedicated to serving the Office of Sheriff and it's affiliates through law enforcement education and training.
(703) 658-1529

National Troopers Coalition
Representatives of state troopers and highway patrol nationally.  They assist state associations with national representation and cooperation, developing standards and policies, improving benefits and programs, equipment procurement, training expansion and advancing working conditions.  Resources for training and support.

Police Officers Association of Michigan (POAM)
A full service labor organization formed to provide every labor related service from negotiations, grievance processing, legal and legislative representation.
(313) 937-9000

Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD)
Their mission is to end drunk driving, help fight drugged driving, support victims and underage drinking.
Police, Dispatchers 

"Stopping The Stigma" Self awareness for the first responder (Michigan)
Police officers often play an active role during the crisis in the lives of those they serve.  Uncover the stigma associated with seeking help and why it exists.  In this 4-hour course, learn and develop a basic understanding of how to identify in yourself and fellow LE signs of suicidal ideation, depression, PTSD and what you can do to help.  This course is offered for free and hosted by Front Line Rescue.  Please email us at help@frontlinerescue.net for course objectives and scheduling.

Detroit-Wayne CIT (Crisis Intervention Team)
The Detroit-Wayne Crisis Intervention Team (CIT) Program is an unincorporated membership whose primary purpose is to facilitate understanding, development, and implementation of Crisis Intervention Team (CIT) programs based on the “Memphis Model”. Our purpose is to promote and support collaborative efforts to create and sustain more effective interactions among law enforcement, behavioral health care providers, individuals with mental illness, their families and communities, and to reduce stigma related to mental illness. 

Academy Hour
Providing valid, practical, relevant and supportive mental health education which will help law enforcement officers and first responders gain resiliency, longevity, and overall well-being on and off the job. Amy Morgan has offered a free course to front line rescue for first responders, use this link: https://www.academyhour.com/offers/6LdkmmEK

Mental Health First Aid
Mental health aid first is a course that teaches you how to help someone who is developing a mental health problem or experiencing a mental health crisis.  The training helps identify, understand, and respond to signs of addictions and mental illnesses.

Michigan Commission On Law Enforcement Standards (MCOLES)
Lists all in-service trainings available for LE in the state of Michigan

That Peer Support Couple 
A first responder marriage, surviving critical incidents and peer support specialists. Based out of Texas, Cathy and Javier share their story to help others and do an amazing job.
cathyandjavi.com 

911 Training Institute
Dispatcher training with a variety of courses to better prepare those fielding the difficult calls for service in the front line field

The Healthy Dispatcher 911
THD believes health is the ability to express one's full range of potential.  Offering multiple trainings and empowering communication centers with the tools to thrive.

MACNLOW Associates (Public Safety Training and Consulting)
Provides training courses, relevant, practical and informative to use immediately in the workplace.  MACNLOW is Michigan based and veteran owned, offering over 50 courses.

International Critical Incident Stress Foundation (ICISF)
Providing training for individuals interested in becoming part of a crisis management team, or for an organization dedicated to helping individuals recover from critical incidents.

Warriors Rest Foundation (Oklahoma)
Working together, they help to build resiliency with law enforcement, their partners, and their families to foster healthy professional and personal lives. These folks are excellent and travel across the U.S. to help many first responders with peer support training amongst many other things.
Email: brad@warriorsrestfoundation.org

Dr. Stephanie Conn (First Responder Psychologist) OREGON
Experienced as a dispatcher, law enforcement officer (and married to one!) she is dedicated to helping first responders and their families with mental health and support.  Dr. Conn also provides training, for more info visit her website.

Blue Wall Institute

The Blue Wall Institute is a recognized provider of first responder (e.g., Police, Fire, EMS, Military, Corrections, Dispatchers, Clergy, and Medical Personnel) wellness training. The Blue Wall Institute was founded in response to the high number of yearly first responder suicides. 

BW-Institute.com

 



CRISIS LINES/COUNSELING REFERRALS/MENTAL HEALTH TRAINING

Fire/EMS Helpline
Also known as share the load. A program run by the National Volunteer Fire Council. They have a helpline, text based help service and have also collected a list of many good resources for support.
nvfc.org
1-888-731-3473

Safe Call Now 
24 hour crisis referral service for public safety and their family members. 
safecallnow.org 
(206) 459-3020 

Dr. Katherine Kuhlman (First Responder Psychologist) ARIZONA/COLORADO
Kuhlman Psychology and Consulting was established to provide quality therapeutic and evaluation services, aimed at serving clients in high-stress and high-trauma occupations. They have experience working with law enforcement, firefighters, EMS, ER and hospital personnel.
Phone: (602) 730-2366
Address: 15720 N. Hayden-Greenway Loop, Suite 8B, Scottsdale, AZ 85260
Email: info@drkuhlman.com

Dr. Stephanie Conn (First Responder Psychologist) OREGON
Experienced as a dispatcher, law enforcement officer (and married to one!) she is dedicated to helping first responders and their families with mental health and support.  Dr. Conn also provides training, for more info visit her website.

Responder Strong
Crisis Hotline:  If you are experiencing any crisis – work-related, substance use, depression, romantic, financial or any other – reach out by texting “BADGE” to 741741.

Responder Strong partners with mental heaIth providers to improve supports for first responders and their families.  Responder strong offers professional assistance, resources/articles, educational resources and self-help tools.  Rhonda Kelly is a firefighter turned clinician specializing in treating first responders.  

Fire Service Psychology Association
Bridging the gap between professional psychology and the fire service.  FSPA offers training for fire service professionals and mental health providers specializing in treating fire professionals and their families.

Genesis House Treatment Facility
The First Responder Recovery Program at Genesis House treats the unique experiences of uniformed professionals in a private and confidential setting. Clients in this program benefit from specialized individual and small group therapy led by Dr. Philip Bulone, a retired First Responder who specializes in trauma-informed care and Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD).
They proudly serve: Police – Firefighters – Military – Veterans – Correctional Officers Security Officers – Paramedics – Emergency Medical Technicians Emergency Response Providers – 911 Operators – Doctors – Nurses – Crisis Workers – Disaster Responders – Rescue Workers
1-800-737-0933



ADDITIONAL RESOURCES

The Hero Resource Center
The Hero Resource Center is an Exclusive Online Platform where Active & Retired Heroes (Police Officers, Fire Fighters, Military Personnel & First Responders) can connect with businesses and other Heroes in Real Time on their Facebook Like Platform! Create a Profile, Unveil Exclusive Tools , View Deals, Write Reviews, and Communicate with Heroes Worldwide!

Detroit-Wayne CIT (Crisis Intervention Team)
The Detroit-Wayne Crisis Intervention Team (CIT) Program is an unincorporated membership whose primary purpose is to facilitate understanding, development, and implementation of Crisis Intervention Team (CIT) programs based on the “Memphis Model”. Our purpose is to promote and support collaborative efforts to create and sustain more effective interactions among law enforcement, behavioral health care providers, individuals with mental illness, their families and communities, and to reduce stigma related to mental illness. 

Academy Hour
Providing valid, practical, relevant and supportive mental health education which will help law enforcement officers and first responders gain resiliency, longevity, and overall well-being on and off the job. Amy Morgan has offered a free course to front line rescue for first responders, use this link: https://www.academyhour.com/offers/6LdkmmEK

Dr. Stephanie Conn (First Responder Psychologist) OREGON
Experienced as a dispatcher, law enforcement officer (and married to one!) she is dedicated to helping first responders and their families with mental health and support.  Dr. Conn also provides training, for more info visit her website.
Genesis House Treatment Facility
The First Responder Recovery Program at Genesis House treats the unique experiences of uniformed professionals in a private and confidential setting. Clients in this program benefit from specialized individual and small group therapy led by Dr. Philip Bulone, a retired First Responder who specializes in trauma-informed care and Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD).
They proudly serve: Police – Firefighters – Military – Veterans – Correctional Officers Security Officers – Paramedics – Emergency Medical Technicians Emergency Response Providers – 911 Operators – Doctors – Nurses – Crisis Workers – Disaster Responders – Rescue Workers
1-800-737-0933

EMS1
Shares articles written by those who have direct experience with various topics including career specific trauma, burnout, and seeking mental health treatment.
EMS1.com

OC87 Recovery Stories
OC87 is an interactive website that features stories of mental health, empowerment and change
oc87recoverydiaries.org

Responder Strong
Crisis Hotline:  If you are experiencing any crisis – work-related, substance use, depression, romantic, financial or any other – reach out by texting “BADGE” to 741741.

Responder Strong partners with mental heaIth providers to improve supports for first responders and their families.  Responder strong offers professional assistance, resources/articles, educational resources and self-help tools.  Rhonda Kelly is a firefighter turned clinician specializing in treating first responders including fire, ems, dispatch and law enforcement.


ADDITIONAL RESOURCES

The Hero Resource Center
The Hero Resource Center is an Exclusive Online Platform where Active & Retired Heroes (Police Officers, Fire Fighters, Military Personnel & First Responders) can connect with businesses and other Heroes in Real Time on their Facebook Like Platform! Create a Profile, Unveil Exclusive Tools , View Deals, Write Reviews, and Communicate with Heroes Worldwide!
Detroit-Wayne CIT (Crisis Intervention Team)
The Detroit-Wayne Crisis Intervention Team (CIT) Program is an unincorporated membership whose primary purpose is to facilitate understanding, development, and implementation of Crisis Intervention Team (CIT) programs based on the “Memphis Model”. Our purpose is to promote and support collaborative efforts to create and sustain more effective interactions among law enforcement, behavioral health care providers, individuals with mental illness, their families and communities, and to reduce stigma related to mental illness. 

Academy Hour
Providing valid, practical, relevant and supportive mental health education which will help law enforcement officers and first responders gain resiliency, longevity, and overall well-being on and off the job. Amy Morgan has offered a free course to front line rescue for first responders, use this link: https://www.academyhour.com/offers/6LdkmmEK

National Association of Emergency Medical Technicians 
NAEMT offers up to date EMT training/education opportunities, advocacy support and EMS mental health resources click here: naemt.org/initiatives/ems-mental-health 
1-800-34-NAEMT
Detroit-Wayne Integrated Health Network (DWIHN)
Dedicated to improving the competency and retention of the mental health workforce

NAMI
(National Alliance on Mental Illness)
NAMI is the nations largest grassroots mental health organization dedicated to improving the lives of persons living with serious mental illness and their families. Many resources, articles and information for clinicians to further their education in field.
namimi.org

SAMHSA (Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration)
Find treatment, practitioner training, public messages, grants, data, programs and publications. A great resource for social workers, therapists, counselors and clinicians to further their education.
samhsa.gov 

SPRC (Suicide Prevention Resource Center)
The Suicide Prevention Resource Center (SPRC) is the only federally supported resource center devoted to advancing the implementation of the National Strategy for Suicide Prevention.
sprc.org

A website dedicated to social workers unique needs, articles on trends in the profession, news, self-care practices, training/workshops and community forum.  

Professional Quality of Life Scale (PROQOL)
A self-inventory scale of compassion fatigue with scoring instructions

The American Institute of Stress
Comprehensive website dedicated to understanding stress, identifying stress and strategies to manage stress.  Mental health apps, article database, online classes and stress self-assessment tools.

Genesis House Treatment Facility
The First Responder Recovery Program at Genesis House treats the unique experiences of uniformed professionals in a private and confidential setting. Clients in this program benefit from specialized individual and small group therapy led by Dr. Philip Bulone, a retired First Responder who specializes in trauma-informed care and Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD).
They proudly serve: Police – Firefighters – Military – Veterans – Correctional Officers Security Officers – Paramedics – Emergency Medical Technicians Emergency Response Providers – 911 Operators – Doctors – Nurses – Crisis Workers – Disaster Responders – Rescue Workers
1-800-737-0933


Certified First Responder Counselor (By Academy Hour)
Specialty training in the culture and unique needs of law enforcement and first responders

Academy Hour
Providing valid, practical, relevant and supportive mental health education which will help law enforcement officers and first responders gain resiliency, longevity, and overall well-being on and off the job. Amy Morgan has offered a free course to front line rescue for first responders, use this link: https://www.academyhour.com/offers/6LdkmmEK

Detroit-Wayne Integrated Health Network (DWIHN) Detroit-Wayne Connect
Dedicated to improving the competency and retention of the mental health workforce

Detroit-Wayne CIT (Crisis Intervention Team)
The Detroit-Wayne Crisis Intervention Team (CIT) Program is an unincorporated membership whose primary purpose is to facilitate understanding, development, and implementation of Crisis Intervention Team (CIT) programs based on the “Memphis Model”. Our purpose is to promote and support collaborative efforts to create and sustain more effective interactions among law enforcement, behavioral health care providers, individuals with mental illness, their families and communities, and to reduce stigma related to mental illness. 
Substance Abuse Resources.

SOBER SHIELDS OF MICHIGAN
A recovery program for first responders (Law Enforcement, Fire Fighters & EMS)
This is an anonymous meeting for those looking to recover
Meetings are every Thursday at 6pm
First Baptist World Changers Church
22575 West 8 Mile Rd.
Detroit, MI 48319
call Mike with any questions
(248)343-6071

Leo Petrilli CDC, NCRC, NCIP (CANADA)
Addiction Recovery CONNECTOR/COACH
519-564-3085


Substance Abuse Treatment Facilities.

SOBER SHIELDS OF MICHIGAN
A recovery program for first responders (Law Enforcement, Fire Fighters & EMS)
This is an anonymous meeting for those looking to recover
Meetings are every Thursday at 6pm
First Baptist World Changers Church
22575 West 8 Mile Rd.
Detroit, MI 48319
call Mike with any questions
(248)343-6071

Genesis House Treatment Facility
The First Responder Recovery Program at Genesis House treats the unique experiences of uniformed professionals in a private and confidential setting. Clients in this program benefit from specialized individual and small group therapy led by Dr. Philip Bulone, a retired First Responder who specializes in trauma-informed care and Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD).
They proudly serve: Police – Firefighters – Military – Veterans – Correctional Officers Security Officers – Paramedics – Emergency Medical Technicians Emergency Response Providers – 911 Operators – Doctors – Nurses – Crisis Workers – Disaster Responders – Rescue Workers
1-800-737-0933

Dream Life Recovery Center
An inpatient substance abuse treatment center for addiction, often referred to as “residential treatment,” is a multi-faceted approach to substance abuse recovery and something DreamLife Recovery takes pride in providing for our clients. 
1-844-402-3592

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