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Resources

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Elopement Prevention Toolkit: Dementia

Topics include: Elopement risk factors, prevention strategies, locative device guidance, orientation signage, law enforcement interaction strategies, informational forms for when they do elope.

Stress and Burnout

Learn about the symptoms, impacts, and relief strategies for when you're feeling stressed and burned out.

Code 4 Northwest

Code 4 Northwest is an entirely volunteer-run, free, and confidential crisis response and referral network for active and retired first responders, EMS, corrections, civilian support personnel, and their families.

 

Confidentiality is protected by RCW 43.101.425

2-1-1

It's the 4-1-1 of social services  and will automatically route to a person familiar with resources in your area. Call them first and they'll send you in the right direction for whatever services you're looking for.

Simply call 2-1-1

SAMHSA

Provides leadership, programs, policies, information, data, funding, and personnel to advance mental and substance use disorder prevention, treatment, and recovery services to improve individual, community, and public health. 

1-877-726-4727 (SAMSHA-7)

988 Suicide and Crisis 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 in the United States.

Call 9-8-8 or 1-800-273-TALK (8255)

Waymakers

A nonprofit resource redirecting youth offenders, helping sheltered children get back on track, unifying troubled families, resolving community conflicts or empowering victims of violence. Waymakers clears the path so clients can advance beyond crisis.

Mental Health Glossary

A non-exhaustive glossary of mental health terms you might hear including mental illness, developmental disabilities, and substance use disorder terms.

Elopement Prevention Toolkit: Disabilities

Topics include: Elopement risk factors, prevention strategies, locative device guidance, orientation signage, law enforcement interaction strategies, informational forms for when they do elope.

Caring for Yourself

Make sure you're operating at 100% by taking care of your physical, mental, and emotional needs through self-care activities.

Blue H.E.L.P.

Blue H.E.L.P. reduces 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.

NAMI

 The National Alliance on Mental Illness Provides information and education about mental illness and connects a wide network of local mental health organizations. Visit their site for information specific to veterans and active-duty first responders.

Helpline: 800-950-6264

Regional Centers

Regional Centers are free service hubs throughout California for people diagnosed with developmental or intellectual disabilities. They also provide resources, information, and support for families and the public.

Find the Regional Center near you.

Crime Survivors

Crime Survivors promotes awareness, advocates for rights, focuses on violence prevention, and prioritizes healing. If you don’t know where to turn, or are confused or frustrated with the public services that are available to you as you recover or seek justice, Crime Survivors can help.

Rape, Abuse, Incest National Network (RAINN)

RAINN operates the 24/7 National Sexual Assault Hotline, available in English and Spanish.

Call or text 800-656-HOPE (4673)

Chat with someone at online.rainn.org

Top 10 Safety Tips

Stay safe on the job, whether you work in the office or in the field. Take our safety trainings to learn more about workplace safety.

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