Generally speaking, First Responders are reluctant to seek help; like many people who work in the helping professions, First Responders are used to being the helpers—not being in the position of looking to someone else for assistance. One of the most serious consequences of this attitude toward seeking help is the sad fact that, for the last three years, more responders have died by suicide than were killed in the line of duty.

We need to BREAK THE SILENCE about suicide and about suffering.

I Run To Danger was created by a police officer (me).  I would gladly talk to you directly and discuss anything..completely anonymously.  My direct phone number is 269-298-5737.  If you don't want to talk to me then please understand that you are not alone.  There are resources for you.  PLEASE use them!   We need you here with us.

If you need to talk, email or call and start the voicemail or the email with the word HELP and I will call you day or night.

Email IRUNTODANGER@GMAIL.COM

 

First Responders Wellness Center

Bluehelp.org

First Responders First

RESPONDER STRONG

Call For Backup

Center For Suicide Awareness

Fire Strong 

Overcoming The Darkness

In Harm's Way

Worldwide Peer Support

Intervention 911

Behind The Shield (Podcast)

Michigan POAM Lifeline: Dr. Wolf - 313-937-5105

COPLINE.org    Copline 24/7 - 1-800-267-5463

Two The Rescue - Career Survival and Emotional Support 

             Mike Weirenga   616-262-8455

Michigan Crisis Response Association

 

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