Being a first responder or soldier is a difficult profession that can lead to mental health struggles due to accumulative trauma and those struggles should not be left untreated. More police officers died by suicide than in the line of duty in 2018; This was the case the previous year and the year prior to that and is already the case this year according to Blue Help. Another study by the Ruderman Family Foundation found that firefighters are also more likely to die by suicide than in the line of duty and currently, about 20 veterans die by suicide every day — a rate 1.5 times higher than those who have not served in the military.


You Matter. Your Life Matters.

Please use the resources below to get the help you need or call us and we will help guide you.


MADD Advocate and Victim Services 916.481.6233
Domestic Violence Issues, My Sister’s House 916.428.3271
Suicide Prevention 916.368.3111
National Suicide Prevention Hotline 800.273.8255 
Rehab Spot: First Responder Addiction & Rehabilitation}
Firefighter Drug Rehab 877.589.4784
Police Drug Rehab 877.589.4784
Crisis Text Line A text will connect you with a trained crisis counselor, 24/7.  CONTACT: or text BADGE to 741741
Wounded Blue 727.222.3967
WEAVE 916.448.2321
COPLINE 800.267.5463
Share the Load (Firefighters/EMS Hotline) 888.731.FIRE (3473)
West Coast Post Trauma Retreat 415.721.9789

For more information, call:
Chuck 916.468.3566
Steve 916.343.2461
Meetings: Wednesdays 7-8 PM – 640 Bercut Drive, Sacramento,
Sundays 6:30-7:30 PM – 3720 Folsom Blvd, Sacramento


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