All Clear Foundation Resource Directory

Resources to support your personal and professional wellbeing.


Recreational Therapy for Emergency Responders

Helps Responders enhance their lives through therapeutic recreation and adaptive programs. Programs occur across the country and they specifically combine outdoor recreation activities with therapeutic processes to help participants confront current struggles and develop skills to find success in daily life.

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Firefighter’s ABCs

Resources and information you need to become a great candidate for the fire service, or to improve the diversity of your agency.

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YOU | ResponderStrong Wellness Tool

Free, browser-based, private personal wellness tool for Emergency Responders and their families.

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Firefighter/Family Cancer Resources

Provides support for career and volunteer, active or retired, Fire/EMS personnel or close family members diagnosed with cancer.

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ProCHRT Toolbox

Health and Wellness Resources for Public Safety Telecommunicators

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Blue Courage- LEO mental health

Provides training on leadership; diversity & inclusion; resilience; and health & wellness for police/corrections/detention officers.

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Air Medical Survival Network

Online support network and resource for members of the air medical community and their families.

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SAMHSA mental health publications

This fact sheet provides tips to help disaster response workers prevent and manage stress while on assignment

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Call for Backup

Peer based suicide prevention and awareness resource and training

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Lutz Live to Tell Foundation

Suicide prevention and PTSD support resources and network for military and first responders

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Suicide Prevention Messaging in LEO

Strategies for safe and positive messaging about suicide prevention in law enforcement

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Suicide Prevention Resources for Public Safety

Public safety suicide prevention

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Responders without Borders

Tools and programs for first responder families to cope with the stress of the job

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First Responder Support Network

Supporting emergency responders and their families in mental and emotional wellness through retreats, intensives, education

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Responders can benefit from our solutions

“Paramedics and EMTs make an average of $16.05 an hour, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. That’s about 40% less than the average employed American earns, and one of the worst-paying medical jobs out there. These are individuals tasked with administering critical healthcare across the nation, and they’re not making livable wages.” –

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