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 Call® 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 Call® 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 Call®...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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