The Employee Assistance Program
The Employee Assistance Program (EAP) provides employees with confidential, professional, and accessible services using evidence-based strategies that support positive mental health and a productive work environment.
The EAP is designed to provide short term counseling and assist you and your family members (spouse, domestic partnership, or other similar relationship that is legally recognized, and includes unmarried children under the age of 22 years old) in locating resources for a variety of needs and problems. In accordance with the provisions of Public Law 93-282, participation in the program is confidential.
The PSP is a confidential program that offers support to employees experiencing a wide range of professional and personal challenges and critical incidents. The program has over 100 collateral duty members who are trained to provide day-to-day emotional and practical support to employees.
WorkLife4You and the LifeMart discounts program are designed to help you and your dependents simplify your life. Services include expert guidance, online tools and referrals/educational materials for childcare, parenting, adult care, pet care, financial and legal matters, health and wellness, employee discounts, and much more.
Crisis Text Line - 741741 to connect with a volunteer Crisis Counselor Free 24/7 support at your fingertips.
COPLINE® 1-800-COPLINE (267-5463) has earned the trust of the Law Enforcement community by providing active listening through a hotline by maintaining complete confidentiality as well as anonymity if the caller chooses. We train competent, confident, committed, and compassionate retired officers to engage with callers on the daily stressors that officers and their family members experience.
1-206-459-3020 (24-hour confidential crisis line for public safety employees)
Safe Call Now was established with the idea that no first responder, medical professional or emergency personnel should have to face a crisis alone. The organization was founded by former officer Sean Riley whose 20-year career in law enforcement ended in 2005 when he could no longer hide his "secret" behind the badge – addiction to alcohol and drugs. After a period of rehabilitation and recovery, Sean went back to college for substance abuse counseling. Later, he worked as a supervisor at a local treatment center where he witnessed a surprising amount of public safety and medical professionals coming in for treatment. Safe Call Now provides these individuals with a simple and confidential way to ask for help for a wide range of issues. Staffed by public safety professionals and former law enforcement officers, Safe Call Now is a safe place to turn where they can connect with and receive support from trained staff who understand the demands of their careers.
COPLINE: 1-800-COPLINE 1-800-267-5463
COPLINE® has earned the trust of the Law Enforcement community by providing active listening through a hotline by maintaining complete confidentiality as well as anonymity if the caller chooses. We train competent, confident, committed, and compassionate retired officers to engage with callers on the daily stressor's officers and their family members experience.
Text HOME to 741741 from anywhere in the United States, anytime. Crisis Text Line is here for any crisis. A live, trained Crisis Counselor receives the text and responds, all from our secure online platform. The volunteer Crisis Counselor will help you move from a hot moment to a cool moment.