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Law Enforcement Today is proud to announce a focus on police-related resources.

Our resource page is to assist our brothers and sisters in the following areas:

  • Mental Health
  • Officer wellness
  • Family counseling
  • Drugs and Alcohol
  • Legal assistance

If you are affiliated with a company or organization who wants to be a part of this network email us at [email protected]    

The Wounded Blue is an organization for injured and disabled Law Enforcement Officers, whether those injuries are physical, emotional, or both. It provides a reliable foundation for first-line support by officers who have been through trauma as well.

NPWA is dedicated to supporting law enforcement spouses through various outreach programs, providing resources to those new to the law enforcement community, as well as promoting volunteerism and charity within the law enforcement community in general.

Call For Backup Suicide Awareness and Prevention Campaign is built upon the principle that peers are best suited to help one another.  The stigma of seeking help for stress-related issues, and departments’ seeming lack of support, have caused many first responders to continue to suffer needlessly.

Project UnBreakable has centered its focus on how to combat mental health issues faced by military, veterans, and first responders. It is time to break the silence and fight this war many of us face.

CopLine‘s mission is to make available our resources on an international level so that officers from all law enforcement branches (city, state, federal) have a resource and outlet that they can turn to in times of need.

Save A Warrior​ (SAW) is committed to ending the staggering suicide rate plaguing our veterans, active-duty military and first responders. We conceive, originate and produce Integrated Intensive Retreat (IIR) program experiences to transform the way our heroes live their lives.

Badge of Life‘s mission is to provide comprehensive education and training to law enforcement about mental health and suicide prevention for officers and their families with our “Building A Better Cop” program.

10-33 Foundation’s mission is to offer assistance through education and crisis intervention services to provide tools to help them lead healthier lives, marriages and careers.

On-Site Academy, is dedicated to maintaining the health, safety and well being of rescue personnel and their families, and to help restore them to service in their chosen field, as soon as they are able.

Blue H.E.L.P.‘s mission is to reduce mental health stigma through education, advocate for benefits for those suffering from post-traumatic stress, acknowledge the service and sacrifice of law enforcement officers we lost to suicide, assist officers in their search for healing, and to bring awareness to suicide and mental health issues.

Code 9 Project mission is to educate, train and advocate for the prevention of PTSD and suicide for all First Responders, Veterans and their families.

Warrior’s Rest Foundation is a resource for law enforcement and first responder personnel, departments and communities across the U.S.

How2LoveYourCop educates, encourages, and equips law enforcement families to thrive relationally, emotionally, and spiritually.

The Permission To Start Dreaming Foundation helps veterans and first responders throughout the Pacific Northwest access, effective, long-term solutions to transform Post-Traumatic Stress into Post-Traumatic Growth.

Compassion Air Inc. arranges flights for NON-Emergency medical patients to be transported across the country to other medical facilities.

Wyldwoodz Wilderness Adventures is a retreat setting in a remote peaceful wilderness area for military veterans, police officers, and all first responders seeking peace and solitude. They provide peer support and activities for those attending.

Reboot Recovery, helps people overcome trauma through faith-based programs. Their courses, training and online community are open to anyone connected to military or first responders.


The Bottles and Badges group exists to assist Law Enforcement Officers in matters concerning alcoholism.

Survivors of Blue Suicide Foundation (SBS) is about fostering hope by uniting survivors of law enforcement suicide to support one another and honor our fallen heroes.  We provide a platform for peer support through survivor specific retreats where survivors can meet and spend time with others who truly understand and meet with mental health professionals.

Blue Line Bears is a nonprofit organization with the goal of helping the children of fallen Law Enforcement officers cope with the devastating loss of a parent.

The Centurion Law Enforcement Ministry (TCLEM) is a Christian outreach to/for/about law enforcement personnel and their families. Our vision is to WIN LEOs to a saving faith in Jesus Christ, DISCIPLE the Christian officer, and then SEND them out to boldly live and share their faith at home and in the workplace.

Badge of Hope Ministries, our sole mission and charge are to bring the love of Christ to law enforcement officers and their families and watch them thrive in their newfound hope.

United States Law Enforcement Organization, mission is to provide financial aid, counseling and support where needed that will help Law-Enforcement Officers and their families that have dealt with any type of trauma in the line of duty and off duty.

Georgia Law Enforcement Organization, programs that enrich and improve the lives of the law enforcement families we support.

Correctional Peace Officers Foundation, function is to preserve and support the surviving families of Correctional Officers who lose their lives in pursuit of their chosen profession of protecting the public from those remanded to correctional custody and supervision in the nation’s prisons and jails.

Fellowship of Christian Police Officers, focus on ministry to the men and women in the law enforcement community across the United States, and their families.

Federal Law Enforcement Officers Association (FLEOA)

  • Legal representation in work related matters, which includes legal advice.
  • 24 hour hotline for emergency situations such as arrests, shootings, and such serious incidences.
  • Member discounts on services such as liability insurance, homeowners and automobile insurance, and education.
  • Other benefits from the FLEOA Foundation such as scholarships, line of duty death and emergency situations.
  • Contact with Agency Managers including meetings with Agency Directors, seeking improved working conditions, and availability of Agency Presidents for representation in matters unique to an Agency.
  • Legislative voice in DC and with Congress to protect your benefits.
  • Membership in your local chapter which provides networking and social contacts as well as benefits local to your area.

Thin Blue Line Foundation provide short-term financial support to officers in need, funding for training, college scholarships, kevlar vest funding, online resources that help equip law enforcement to manage the personal hardships of their role, spiritual support

BackStoppers provides ongoing needed financial assistance and support to the spouses and dependent children of all police officers, firefighters and volunteer firefighters, and publicly-funded paramedics and EMTs in our coverage area who have lost their lives in the line of duty.

Law Enforcement Legal Defense Fund supports and defends the law enforcement profession and those law enforcement officers who have devoted their lives to upholding the Constitution and serving the United States and its citizens while enforcing its laws.

Concerns of Police Survivors (C.O.P.S.), offers training and assistance to survivors and law enforcement agencies nationwide on how to respond to the tragic loss of a member of the law enforcement profession.

Critical Incident Stress Management (CISM) is a method of helping first responders and others who have been involved in critical incidents that leave them emotionally and/or physically affected by those incidents.

Warriors’ Ascent, you will have been preceded by Warriors just like yourself. They came because they were searching for hope, forgiveness, a new purpose. They trusted the process that fellow Warriors have created, did the work, and emerged on the other side of five life-changing days.

National Police Association, was founded to educate supporters of law enforcement in how to help police departments accomplish their goals.