North Dakota Emergency Medical Services Association

Mental Health Resources



Home | Safe Call Now (safecallnowusa.org)

Safe Call Now is a CONFIDENTIAL, comprehensive, 24-hour crisis referral service for all public safety employees, all emergency services personnel and their family members nationwide.

ResponderStrong – Improving mental health supports for emergency responders and their families

Originally founded at the National Mental Health Innovation Center of the University of Colorado Anschutz, ResponderStrong now serves as the mental health initiative of the All Clear Foundation. A collaboration between emergency responders and our advocates (clinicians, educators, researchers, health care organizations, and foundations), ResponderStrong’s mission is to improve mental health supports for emergency responders and our families through joint focuses on intervention and prevention. Our site serves as a resource map for responder-informed crisis and clinical services as well as easily accessible educational content and tools for responders, families, leaders, and the clinicians who work with them. 

North Dakota Behavioral Health Voucher

North Dakota Behavioral Health: The Substance Use Disorder (SUD) Voucher program was established to increase access to quality services for individuals to reach their full potential.

Help and Resources (codegreencampaign.org)

At the top of this list are crisis resources. This is who you can call when you need help immediately. If you scroll down you can find a list of national resources such as trauma retreats and treatment centers, along with a state-by-state list of resources, and lists for Canada and other countries.

Behavioral Health Program - IAFF

There is growing concern about behavioral health issues and the significant impact on wellness. The stresses faced by fire fighters, paramedics and EMTs throughout the course of their careers – incidents involving children, violence, inherent dangers of firefighting and other potentially traumatic events – can have a cumulative impact on mental health and well-being.

The IAFF​ continues to develop resources that educate and support members on behavioral health concerns. Check back often for updated information on behavioral health programs and resources.

https://ambulance.org/supportformedics/

Employees of AAA member organizations are invited to complete the brief form below in order to request to be matched with an EMS-competent counselor in their local area. This replaces the previous program hosted by Lifeworks.

The FREE matching process is managed by an external licensed counselor with extensive EMS experience. Matches will be communicated by email or phone. Please DO NOT include any confidential medical information in the form below. 


If you are experiencing thoughts of self-harm, please call 911 immediately.


North Dakota EMS Association

1622 East Interstate Avenue, Bismarck, ND 58503

1-701-221-0567


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