There are a number of resources available to first responders and their families. If you, or someone you know has had a recent change in mood or behavior, it may be an early sign of a mental illness. 

Always call 9-1-1 for any life threatening emergency, but if you are just seeking help because you think something isn't right, or just need to talk to someone, don't hesitate. As a first responder your life revolves around helping others, unfortunately that includes being exposed to mental trauma on a regular basis. You're not alone, people struggle every day. let us help you get through this. 

If you are concerned that someone will find out you are seeking help, don't worry. Confidentiality is covered by RCW 43.101.425.

Are you experiencing a hardship because of an injury or illness? We are here to help. Follow the link below to find out how we can help you.

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24-Hour Crisis Help Line

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(425) 243-5092

Fire/EMS Helpline
24-Hour Crisis Help Line
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1-888-731-FIRE (3473)