Copline is a not-for-profit 501(c)3 dedicated to serving active and retired law enforcement officers and their loved ones by providing CONFIDENTIAL 24/7 trained retired officers for callers that are dealing with various stressors law enforcement careers encounter both on and off the job. Whether it is just a “bad day” or a crisis we are here to listen. We are able to assist with a referral to a culturally competent mental health professional.
The First Responder Support Network (FRSN) is a nonprofit offering treatment and education to promote recovery from stress and critical incidents experienced by first responders and their families. FRSN hosts The West Coast Post-Trauma Retreat, a six-day residential treatment as well as the Significant Others and Spouses , a similar program for the partners of first responders who have been affected by critical incidents experienced by their loved ones.
Behind the Badge NM is a non-profit originally formed by Mental Health Counselor Mary F. Baca, LPCC to give back to First Responders and their families by creating a fund of monies to pay for counseling and ancillary services. In addition, Behind the Badge NM has a Peer Support Team comprised of First Responders who are trained to lend a listening ear and shoulder to lean on when their fellow brothers and sisters are in need.
CHANGE IS POSSIBLE! HELP IS AVAILABLE!
Making First Responder Mental Health a priority. Our mission is to work towards positive change in the First Responder Culture as we continue to raise awareness, advocate and educate on the devastating effects of PTSD for First Responders and Families that could lead to suicide. We are working with many others towards making real change a reality.
Acadia Healthcare’s Treatment Placement Specialists® (TPS) team provides complimentary treatment guidance and referrals for individuals who need personalized programming due to behavioral health and substance use concerns. As a free resource to licensed professionals, families, employer groups, first responders, higher education entities, and individuals in need, TPS empowers clients to feel confident in their treatment decisions, yielding stronger results and more positive recovery outcomes.
Survivors of Blue Suicide (SBS) Foundation is an organization that addresses the emotional and psychological needs, that arise from the loss of a loved one by suicide in the law enforcement profession. The family and co-workers of any active or retired law enforcement officer who has died by suicide in the United States and its territories may use the services of SBS.
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Manz & Stacey Coaching and Counseling - Jean Manz: Farmington, NM (pdf)Download
Manz & Stacey Coaching and Counseling - Charles Stacey: Farmington, NM (pdf)Download
Pamela L. Begay Psychotherapy LLC: Farmington, NM (pdf)Download
Choices Counseling Services: Farmington, NM (pdf)Download
Public Safety Psychology Group (pdf)Download