Mental Health Resources

PFFC recognizes the importance of mental health and the additional susceptibility to it that first responders face.  We have compiled some resources for those in need of assistance, as well as for education. 

Education is key to understanding and addressing mental health issues.  Invest the time to be educated, and then remember that if you see something, say something.  You could save a life. 

And if you’re the one struggling?  PLEASE reach out.  There IS help and you CAN do it!  Getting help is the strongest thing you can do.  You’ve dedicated your life to helping others – please allow yourself to be on the receiving end.  YOU ARE NEEDED!  

If the financial aspect is a stumbling block, rest assured there is help available for that too.  Many of the options below are free and/or offer financial assistance.  Many places accept insurance, as well.  You can also send us financial help request here.

Assistance: Click to go to website in this window or right-click to open in new tab.

(Local Tri-City) Start Moving On Counseling      Phone: (928) 910-5145

(Arizona) 100 Club of Arizona

(National) Mighty Oaks

(National) Gary Sinise Foundation

 Additional Phone Numbers:

Veterans & First Responders in Crisis: 1-800-273-8255

The Marine Crop DSTRESS Line: 1-877-476-7734

Tragedy Assistance Program for Survivors (TAPS): 1-800-959-TAPS (8277) 

Education: Click to read articles in this tab or right-click to open in new tab.

Moral Injury:

A Mother’s Warning about PTSD and Moral Injury

The Moral Injury Project

Moral Injury Is an Invisible Epidemic That Affects Millions

 

PTSD:

What Is PTSD?

PTSD Basics

 

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