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The resources listed are resources that we have looked into briefly and either have First Responder experience or specific programs for First Responders. They have not gone through our official vetting process as of yet. These resources have been referred to us or we learned about them in our research. The resources on this list will go through our vetting process eventually, but it takes time to fully complete our process for each resource. Any marked with an * asterisk were referrals by First Responders that have gone through the program and found it effective and relatable to First Responders.
You will find the resources are organized into sections by treatment type. Any links provided will direct you to the website or contact information of the individual contact.
If you have questions or need help connecting to any resources, please reach out to us and we will help in any way we can. If there is an area we do not cover or a resource you are looking for specifically and you do not see it, let us know and we will look into that area to provide resources.
In this section you will find resources that have a variety of treatment options and programs available to fight substance abuse.
Whether you’re an active or former law enforcement officer, firefighter, corrections officer, EMT/paramedic, or military member––if you’re struggling with addiction to drugs or alcohol, RESCU can help.
Our RESCU treatment program, which stands for ‘Recovering Emergency Service Community United,’ is designed to address and assist with profession-related obstacles you may be facing, so you can gain lasting recovery from drugs and alcohol. Find out more here.
***Specifically for IAFF members only.
The IAFF Center of Excellence for Behavioral Health Treatment and Recovery is a one-of-a-kind treatment facility specializing in PTSD for professional fire service members who struggle with trauma, substance use, addiction and other related behavioral health challenges. It is a safe haven for members to receive the help they need in taking the first steps toward recovery and share experiences with other members who have faced or overcome similar challenges. Find out more here.
The Salute to Recovery Program at our Las Vegas rehab facility offers specialized addiction treatment to military Veterans and first responders whose lives have changed and become unmanageable due to substance use and mental health challenges such as post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), anxiety, and depression. Find out more here.
*Referred by multiple First Responders & Veterans
Shatterproof FHE (formerly Florida House Shatterproof) employs evidence-based therapies, innovative medical care, and a comprehensive wellness program. These focus on symptoms of PTSD, among other mental health conditions, in order to help our first responders successfully manage their condition and/or achieve life-long recovery from drugs and alcohol. Find out more here.
This one-of-a-kind program supports First Responders and their families to face this challenge in their life with the same courage, respect and sense of duty that they have dedicated to their career and community. Our First Responders Program specializes in treating emergency responders and military veterans on our private 44-acre campus in Bucks County, PA.
Find out more here.
Join fellow first responders in a specialty track designed to resolve substance use disorder and co-occurring trauma and behavioral health issues so you can get back to work, serving your community and saving lives.
Find out more here.
Harbor of Grace Enhanced Recovery Center is proud to provide professional and confidential addiction treatment for various life challenges that may affect the personal well-being of First Responders to include treatment for substance abuse and alcoholism.
Our First Responder treatment program includes counseling for work-related stress and trauma, and alcohol and substance abuse treatment that includes both inpatient and Intensive Outpatient treatment.
Find out more here.
Behavioral/Mental Health Programs
In this section, you will find resources that can help with specific mental health concerns such as PTSD, Anxiety, Depression, etc. Many of these programs address multiple treatment options for a variety of issues.