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Donating to our cause helps take care of those who serve us.  Our mission is to network first responders and veterans with proper care so they can live well again.  Asking for help is hard enough - let's make sure they can get it right.  Your contribution is tax deductible and goes to work!  Donations go to providing direct assistance to first responders in need - medical bills, living expenses, or what is needed in order to help them through the journey of being well (or sober) again.  Alternatively, you can purchase an item through our store directly or any MyID product using our code UNIFORMEDHELP, as well as any Guardian Angel with the code 46CLIP.

Every three days, we lose one first responder to suicide. Our mission has always been to network effective resources and have priority access to specialty care when it is needed the most. We concentrate our efforts into finding exceptional licensed, professional providers and institutions to include in our network of care. We provide guidance and support from the first call for help and continue through until they are ready. Since our creation in 2015, we have directly assisted 78 first responders and veterans through their journey of wellness including mental health care, addiction, and trauma (PTSD) care to get them back to living life. Over 150 more have found guidance through the network of care that we created to find the right resources and engage in treatment. Though we are a small organization, our footprint has been established through the work that has been accomplished and the partnerships that have been forged. This year, we aim to expand upon our networking abilities and provide additional services to the people who take care of our communities. All of this has been a major accomplishment and leap forward in creating a system of care that has been absent for far too long. Our passion is to keep this going, but we need your support!

2019 Goals

  • Assist in the creation and implementation of special advocate position who’s focus is the individuals needs.

  • Expand selected provider’s abilities to manage trauma (PTSD) with certification in effective modalities such as Eye Motion Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) treatment. This is expensive and time consuming, but an important ability for our people and continuing to improve outcomes.

  • Develop new partnerships with properly credentialed, competent, and motivated professionals and organizations/institutions so we can increase the availability of effective help.

  • Provide increased technical support and professional guidance with organizations and institutions who share our mission.

  • Rebuild our care funds. These funds have been depleted over the past year because of the influx of people who needed help. These provide essentials to the person and their families while they are out of work with various items that are often not covered by insurance.

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