It is our goal to provide the necessary resources for our veterans and first responders to get the help they need. So if you are looking for addiction support, here are some hot lines and websites to help those struggling with addiction.
Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA): 800-662-4357
Drug Abuse hotline: 866-685-4790
Al-Anon and Ala-teen hotline line: 800-356-9996
National Suicide Prevention: 800-273-8255
Boys Town: 800-448-3000 (TDD) line for the speech and hearing impaired (800-448-1833)
It is our goal to raise enough funds annually to purchase police dogs for agencies that recently lost a dog in the line of duty. Every year hundreds of police dogs are injured and killed in the line of duty. Additionally there are dogs that have to retire due to age and illness. The training of police dogs is costly and time-consuming, which results in an inadequate number of dogs ready to fill in the gaps. And many K-9 handlers are left without a partner. Being able to replace these police dogs can go a long way. So we pride ourselves in offering help with K9 replacement and adoption.
Due to the prevalence of PTSD and mental illness among our veterans, and the overwhelming stress that our first responders deal with on a regular basis, there is an increasingly widespread need for well-trained dogs to help improve their lives. It is our goal to help fill this need and help with the adoption of emotional support animals and service dogs for first responders and veterans.
Our goal is raise enough funds to be able to help pay the costs to train individuals who wish to be a police officer, firefighter, or EMT, and to contribute to those already in the field needing additional training and/or equipment. As a police donation website, we pride ourselves in helping officers get the training they need and may not otherwise have the opportunity of completing.
It is our goal to consistently raise enough funds to provide scholarships to individuals who want to go into criminal justice, law enforcement, or legal fields. So if you are looking to donate to scholarships to help young kids in need, do so in the memory of Brian Kanterman.
It is our goal to provide go bags to deserving first responders. These go-bags consist of a gear bag, a ballistic first aid kit, hand cuffs, a flashlight, a knife, note pads and pens. We pride ourselves in helping the police officers in our community get the help and care they deserve.
To learn more about our programs, please contact us today. We will gladly answer any questions you have about any of the programs we partner with, as well as details on the various addiction support lines available to those in need.
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