If you are a First Responder:

  • What would you give to be able to sleep at night without your mind racing or being plagued by nightmares?
  • Do you just want to be able to unburden yourself and relax?
  • Would you like to decompress confidentially with clinicians experienced in dealing with trauma and First Responders?
  • Would you like to have mental health support for you and your family?

That's why we developed Responders 1st CallTM and why the program is so important. Our services are available 24/7/365 days a year. You can call immediately after a traumatic incident, a week later, or even a year down the line. It could also be trauma from your past that is now having an impact on your ability to do your current job. Responders 1st CallTM is here to help you live!


  • Dial 9-1-1 If this is a life-threatening emergency for yourself and require immediate attention
  • Call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline 800-273-8255. This national (USA) suicide hotline. It's not First Responders specific, but they can and will talk to anyone who needs help
  • Call PTSD Foundation of America 877-717-7873 A combat veteran will answer the call
  • CHAT confidentially by clicking here
  • In Canada call 844-951-4163 this confidential support line for First Responders and their families seeking support related to job-related stressors


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Responders 1st CallTM...a subscription-based program for Cities, Municipalities, Police and Fire Departments, Emergency Medical Teams, Fire Responders Unions and Associations. Request More Information Today.

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