The National Police Suicide Foundation can be reached 24 hours at 302-536-1214 or 443-889-5666 is a library of articles maintained by police psychologist Dr. Susan Saxe-Clifford.

POPPA (Police Organization Providing Peer Assistance) New York is a volunteer, confidential peer support network dedicated to police officers and their families.   
1-888-COPSCOP or 1-888-267-7267


The Soldier's Project of the Hudson Valley Psychological Association provides free, confidential assistance to veterans and their loved ones.

David Baldwin's Trauma Information Pages provide information on emotional trauma and PTSD. Click on "Trauma Support" and see the resources listed under "PTSD in fire, police, and EMS workers."  

The National Center for PTSD provides current information on PTSD research.

Friends of Firefighters provides confidential and free peer support services to active and retired FDNY firefighters and family members. 

The First Responder Support Network promotes recovery from stress and critical incidents experienced by first responders and their families.Staff members are available to speak with anyone concerned about a first responder or family member.  

Share the Load is a Fire/EMS helpline run by the National Volunteer Fire Council.