Code 9 Project
Provides education, support, and self-help tools to all public civil servants and their families in order to help manage, reduce, and eventually eliminate negative stress effects, such as depression, PTSD, and suicide.
Badge of Life
Safe Call Now
confidential, 24-hour crisis referral service
FRONTLINE RESPONDER SERVICES
Frontline Responder Services is a 24/7 crisis line answered by other
first responders who understand and are trained to help. They also
offer other services that address addiction and marriage & family.
MILITARY VETERANS CRISIS TEXT LINE
The Veterans Crisis Line offers phone (see below), chat, and text
support for Military Veterans who are in crisis and would like to speak
with another veteran about their issue. The text outreach was
launched in 2011 and has since fielded over 123,000 messages. Text:
838255 for help or go online to chat virtually.
LIFELINE CRISIS CHAT
Some first responders may like the idea of text counseling but don't
want to use their private phone to do so. The Lifeline Crisis Chat
allows users to chat for free with a counselor online without requiring
any login or personal information. The program is a joint outreach by
the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline and Contact USA.
An national hotline that provides a safe, confidential place to go when there seems to be no one that understands the mindset of a cop.
- COPLINE is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week
- All calls are 100% confidential
- Hotline number 1-800-COPLINE (267-5463)
- Non-hotline number 732-577-8300 ext. 8
Serve and Protect
24-hour access to a crisis line, therapists, and chaplains
Resources, articles, and stories focusing on treating post-
Traumatic stress and preventing suicide
CRISIS TEXT LINE
Many prefer to communicate difficult conversations via text rather
than voice. Since August of 2013, Crisis Text Line has fielded over 105
million text messages. Anyone can reach a text counselor trained in
crisis intervention by sending a text to 741741. Watch a TED talk from
IMAlive is the world’s first virtual crisis center 100% staffed by
volunteers who are trained in crisis intervention. In the first year since
the launch IMAlive has helped thousands of people in crisis online.
The online platform allows immediate rapport via a live chat
NATIONAL SUICIDE PREVENTION LIFELINE/THE VETERAN’S
The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline is a suicide prevention network of 161 crisis centers that provides a free 24/7 hotline available to anyone in suicidal crisis or emotional distress. The outreach was founded in 2004, taking over 1 million calls in its first four years. They offer a special hotline for Military Veterans who are in crisis and would like to speak with another veteran about their issue by simply pressing 1 during the call menu.
800-273-8255 (Press 1 for Veteran)