How We Serve
We are committed to serving those who serve us. Through advocacy, psychoeducation, outreach programs, evidenced-based mental health prevention and postvention. We provide needed mental health services for first responders and their families in time of personal crises, in line of duty crises, mass tragedies, and natural disasters.
As a 501c3, we solicit funds through donations that will be used to facilitate and operationalize critical incident stress management and PTSD management in the wake of in line of duty crises, mass tragedies, natural disasters and in times of personal difficulties.
We are committed to providing mental health services for first responders and their families in time of crises, including PTSD, suicide prevention and postvention services. Our services will be provided through trained, peer-led support teams and continued follow up through professional mental health services (Not EAP).
The suicide rate of first responders is higher than in-line-of-duty deaths and is on the rise. Often times, after a first responder suicide, the family is not entitled to receive survivor death benefits which leaves many families in financial despair. We provide financial assistance with funeral costs, provisional expenses.
Although, our primary objective is to provide prevention-based mental health services for first responders. Our dedication to the prevention of suicide and PTSD, as well as building resiliency skills, will encompass evidence-based research and programs designed to educate and empower departments on how to maintain mental wellness.
We are an IRS approved 501c3 based in Central Florida. All donations are tax deductible and we also accept "like Kind" donations of usable equipment.