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When the job gets to you, it’s great to be able to blow off steam with a fellow officer. Most of the time, that’s all it takes. But when the issues run deeper, COP 2 COP is ready to help you and your family cope with and resolve your problems. Our cop clinicians, peer counselors and peer supporters understand, listen and want to help – 24-hours a day/7-days a week

If you are feeling depressed, helpless, overwhelmed, weak, withdrawn, suicidal, emotionally and physically exhausted from a traumatic incident or highly stressful situation, emotionally challenged or financially drained – reach out for assistance- 1-866-Cop-2Cop.

Been there done that! Cops understand cops – that’s why we started the hotline. The Cop 2 Cop hotline 1-866-COP -2COP is staffed by retired officers who are licensed Clinical Social Workers, known as Cop Clinicians, and specially trained Mental Health professionals, along with volunteer retired officers who are trained as peer supporters

Everyday we hear from law enforcement professionals with issues similar to these:

Depression
Anxiety
Marital Issues
PTSD
Substance Abuse
Family Problems
Legal Problems
Medical/Somatic
Suicidal Ideations
Recent Loss

When you call the Cop 2 Cop hotline, you get immediate access to these services:

Program Components

Peer and Clinical Support services provided 24 hours a day, 7 days a week by law enforcement professionals, psychologists/social workers and retired law enforcement volunteers who are trained to work on the hotline as peer supporters. If you want to vent to another cop who knows what you're going through, Cop 2 Cop staff are ready to help.

Clinical Assessments are available for mild or severe problems and are determined by an experienced professional counselor, who can recommend additional treatment and follow-up with a vast network of professional resources throughout the state. Not sure how to handle a problem, or believe a custom designed clinical assessment could help you, call the Cop 2 Cop hotline to discuss your situation with a trained professional in the field of police psychology.

Referrals – to one of our Police Clinical Network Providers trained to treat the unique needs of officers and their families. Treatment and services are provided to help with family therapy, medication for depression, detoxification, or anything you may require to be healthy and back to your 'self again'.

Critical Incident Stress Management - if you're involved in a traumatic incident of any kind, and you find the experience is haunting you in anyway, we can provide debriefing services or dispatch a team to assist you. The service is designed to help you talk about what happened; understand what to expect and to help you identify if you have any symptoms of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder which may require treatment. The de-briefing methods used follow the International Guidelines established by the ICISF. Our main focus is always to maintain confidentiality while ensuring the safety of all involved.

Remember Cop 2 Cop, working to protect those who serve - 1-866-Cop-2Cop

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