Resources For First Responders
SOME RESOURCES FOR FIRST RESPONDERS
IAFF Recovery CenterIAFF Center of Excellence offers treatment for successful recovery from substance abuse, PTSD and other co-occurring behavioral health issues. 855.900.8437
Warriors HeartOur focus is to serve adult men and women veterans, active duty military, US law enforcement, firefighters, paramedics, and first responders.
Suicide Prevention Lifeline
The Lifeline provides 24/7, free and confidential support for people in distress, prevention and crisis resources for you or your loved ones, and best practices for professionals.
AliveRVA provides peer recovery coaches who serve as the bridge between someone seeking recovery from substance use disorders and the access to services to get them on the right path.
Warm Line available:
Comprehensive, individualized treatment for substance use and mental health disorders through residential and outpatient programs.
FRAT The First Responders Addiction Treatment Program reaching out to police, firefighters, emergency personnel and combat veterans.
First Responders Treatment
Provides firefighters, police officers, paramedics, military and other uniformed personnel with a platform to get their life back on track and begin the healing process.
On Site Academy
A non-profit residential treatment and training center for critical incident stress management.
Full Circle GC
Full Circle Grief Center offers programs and resources for adults and children ages 3 to 18.
Mental Health America of Virginia
Educate, empower and advocate on behalf of individuals, communities and organizations to improve mental health and reduce the conditions which impede mental wellness.
Warm Line available:
Monday–Friday, 9:00 AM–9 PM
Saturday & Sunday, 5:00 PM–9 PM
HERO does not endorse any specific treatment facility or pathway of recovery. This is not meant to be a full list of available resources. In addition to the resources listed here, HERO offers Peer Support, an Assistance Fund, and a Scholarship Fund.