Click this link to download the entire list: FIRE Assistance spreadsheet 28AUG2019
Fire Assistance
OrganizationContact infoGeneral infoAssistance Provided
211.org211.orgNational – Each state has a 211 call line.  On your cell phone simply dial 211, or go to 211.org and select your state and area.  It will divulge what organizations provide assistance and might beable to help someone who is struggling financiallly or emotionallyUtilities, Housing, Food, Employment, Medical, Mental Health
22 Kill22kill.comNational – Work to raise awareness to veteran and first responders suicide and support empowerment.  They do this through outreach, support and family counseling.Mental Health, Recreation, Mental Health, Recreation, Education, Family Counseling
Adaptive Training Foundation214-432-1070   adaptivetrainingfoundation.orgCarolltyn, TX – Empower the human athlete, restore hope through movement, and redefine the limits of individuals with disabilities. Adaptive training foundation empowers those with physical disabilities to transform their lives through exercise and community.Recreation/Fitness, Volunteer opportunities
Attitudes and Attire214-630-1667    https://www.attitudesandattire.orgDallas, TX – The program provides the tools that raise self-esteem, promote ethics and build the confidence to develop successful life skills. For women onlyWorkshops, Dental, Job readiness program
Austin Street Centerwww.austinstreet.orgAustin, TX – Austin Street Center is an emergence shelter that serves men, ages 45 and older, and womenHomelessness
Celebrate Recoverycelebraterecovery.comNational – “Celebrate Recovery is a Christ-centered, 12 step recovery program for anyone struggling with hurt, pain or addiction of any kind. Mission is to be a  safe place to find community and freedom from the issues that are controlling our life.” Religious basedMental Health, Rehabilitation
Center for Brain Health214-905-3007   brainhealth.utdallas.eduDallas, TX – Research Institute committed to enhancing, protecting and restoring brain health across the lifespan.Health, Mental Health, “Warrior Training”
Companions for Heroescompanionsforheroes.orgNational – Companions for Heroes provides companion animals, and on a case-by-case basis, service dogs, obtained from shelters, rescues and humane societies, who might otherwise be euthanized, free of charge to active duty military personnel, military veterans, first responders, military spouses and children, and Gold Star Families recovering from the psychological challenges they suffered during service to our country.Companion animal
County Health Department Each County – County by county – your health department should have a comprehensive list of services available in your area.Medical, Mental Health
Equest972-412-1099 www.equest.org/programsDallas, TX – Provides North Texas veterans, first responders and their families with equine-assisted activities and therapies through the “Hooves for Heroes” program.Mental Health, Recreation, Volunteer opportunity, Employment
First Responders Children’s Foundationnleafcf.orgNational – The First Responders Children’s Foundation supports children of first responders who have been lost or permanently disabled in the line of duty. The Foundation provides emergency grants and college scholarships for those children, as well as special experiences to support the wellbeing of line of duty families after their tragedy.Education, Family Support
Gary Sinise Foundationgarysinisefoundation.orgNational – Support the children and the surviving spouses of the great men and women who have given their lives for our country since 9/11. They do this by creating and supporting unique programs designed to entertain, educate, inspire, strengthen, and build communities.Family Support, Home modifications, Mobility devices, Adapted vehicles, Volunteer opportunities, Recreation
Homes for Heroes Foundation866-974-4376           www.homesforheroesfoundation.orgNational – The Homes For Heroes Foundation Purpose is to provide and/or coordinate financial assistance and housing resources to the Heroes of our nation such as Military personnel, Police/Peace Officers, Firefighter and First Responders who are in need.Housing, Financial assistance, Family Support
Heroes on the Water214-295-4541
Heroesonthewater.org
National – Help wounded warriors relax, rehabilitate, and reintegrate through kayak fishing and the outdoors.Mental Health, Recreation, Family Support
Higher Ground208-726-9298  highergroundusa.orgNational – Enhance the quality of life through inclusive therapeutic recreation and education for people of all abilitiesMental Health, Recreation
Lt. Todd Krodle Memorial Foundationkrodlememorialfoundation.orgDallas, TX – Honor and carry on Lt. Todd W. Krodle’s legacy. Award annual scholarships to children of Dallas Firefighters, provide financial assistance to other DFD line of duty death families, provide financial assistance to DFR injured in the line of dutyEducation, Family Support
National Fallen Firefighters Foundation410-721-6212
www.firehero.org
Cofton, MD – Provide assistance to the families of fallen firefighters to help rebuild their lives after a firefighter has lost his/her life in the line of duty.Education, Family Support, Mental Health
Operation Warriors Heart Program817-332-6329  www.warriorsheart.comFort Worth, TX – Free mental health and referral services, specializing in private and confidential substance abuse treatment, with special attention to PTS, unresolved grief/loss, and moral injury.Mental Health, Rehabilitation
Rise Above Hardship – R.A.H.Can be found on FBSan Antonio, TX – Rise Above Hardship is a 501(c)(3) non-profit charity that was created to help empower Veterans  and others by reigniting their purpose through fitness and community related events.Recreation/Fitness
Reboot Alliancerebootalliance.comPleasant View, TN – Reboot Combat Recovery helps veterans and their families experience breakthrough in their war against post traumatic stress.     Religious basedMental Health
Red Cross877-272-7337
redcross.org
National – Training and certification in first aid, CPR and several other areas, disaster relief assistance, deployment services for veterans, and help for veterans who need to claim benefits from the Veterans Administration.Volunteer opportunities, Benefits, Family Support, Disaster Response
Salvation ArmySalvationarmy.orgNational – The Salvation Army offers many services including: shelter, addiction dependency help, emergency response, family tracing, medical services, social programs and sports ministry.   Religious basedRehabilitation, Volunteer opportunities
Samaritan Assistance Center479-636-4198
www.samcc.org
NWA – This organization serves the hungry of Northwest ArkansasFood, Volunteer opportunities
Serve & Protect615-373-8000            serveprotect.orgNational – Serve & Protect is a 501©(3) whose mission is to locate and facilitate trauma services for public safety professionals with PTSD symptoms, addictions, or both. Whether residential care or trauma therapists and related services. Serve & Protect works on behalf of the public safety professional to find the right solutions for their real problems. We are the only nation wide organization providing these services. We partner with Safe Call Now who provides our crisis line and facilitates residential care. Serve & Protect facilitates all trauma therapist placements.Mental Health, Outreach
Sheep Dog Impact Assistance417-812-6035
sheepdogia.org
National – Sheep Dog Impact Assistance egngages, assists, and empowers our military and first responders with continued service opportunities and provides the camaraderie that may be missing after a shirt or tour of duty ends.  These opportunities include disaster response missions, and outdoor adventures.Recreation, Volunteer opportunities, Disaster Response
Sons of the Flag469-930-6694
Can be found on FB
National – Support military, first responder and civilian burn survivors through research, technology and education.Medical
Team Rubicon310-640-8787
teamrubiconusa.org
National – Team Rubicon unites the skills and experiences of military veterans with first responders to rapidly deploy emergency response teams.Disaster Response, Volunteer opportunities, Recreation
Tunnel to Tower Foundationtunnel2towers.orgNational – through the Fallen First Responder Program, T2T supports law enforcement, firefighters, and emergency workers that lost their lives under extraordinary circumstances in the line of duty. Its mission is to provide a support system for the surviving family and ensure that they are cared for.Family Support
Warriors Heart1-844-448-2567    WarriorsHeart.comBrandra, TX – Warriors Heart is a private healing center focused on serving first responders, veterans, active duty military, and the warrior class.  We specialize in private and confidential substance abuse treatment, with special attention to post-traumatic stress, unresolved grief/loss, and moral injury.Mental Health, Rehabilitation

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