This page provides an overview of the programs and services offered by The Code Green Campaign®. In 2014 we started with a simple storytelling program and have expanded from there. We offer a variety of services based on the needs of the first responder community. In addition to the services we offer we also maintain databases on other organizations that serve first responders. We hope that even if we can’t provide the service you need that we can connect you with someone that does.
This page is not exhaustive and we strive to be flexible. Don’t be afraid to contact us if you need assistance on a topic related to first responder mental health.
Education & Public Speaking
Code Green offers a variety of continuing education classes related to first responder mental health. Our education is flexible and geared toward the specific audience. Our audiences have included first responders, management, family members, community members, and youth groups. We have experience presenting at conferences, in-house CE events, TED-talk style events, and panel discussions.
Code Green also offers consulting services on a variety of topics related to first responder mental health. We offer consultation to agencies, mental health providers, and other individuals who have specific questions on how to manage a variety of mental health-related situations for first responders.
The Code Green Campaign maintains a large database of first responder oriented mental health resources. The database includes a variety of information, including helplines and inpatient treatment centers. There is a state-by-state listing of resources such mental health clinicians who specialize in treating first responders. Additionally there is a state-by-state listing of lay resources such as chaplains and peer support teams. The database also includes an international section, along helpful websites & apps, and links to online support groups.
Along with the resources database we also maintain lists of podcasts and blogs related to first responder mental health, and reading lists of books relevant to first responder mental health topics.
If you are a clinician interested in being added to our resources database please contact us here.