LE Family HelpLINE

The How 2 Love Our Cops' Peer Support Team began in late 2020, after witnessing a great need for family members to talk through the difficulties they faced that year and moving forward. We brought in excellent trainers from Warrior's Rest Foundation to teach the CISM models for individuals and groups, tailoring the training to be family specific. Our certified team of volunteers are all spouses or family members of Law Enforcement or First Responders. They truly understand this career and the challenges that come along with sharing our loved ones with the public as they put their lives on the line every day.

They are culturally competent because they walk the same journey.

Since then, our peers have responded to over 400 family members and officers. Our peer team has been credited with saving the lives of multiple individuals, through providing a listening ear, giving resources and referrals, and providing next steps. We at How 2 Love Our Cops are overjoyed knowing our efforts are making a difference in our police and first responder families.

And now, the next step in providing help for our families is here! In partnership with Cordico, families now have access to trained family member peers through our national  (non-emergency) helpline.

1-737-7-FAMILY or 1-737-732-6459
Available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

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If you would prefer to have one of our trained peer support volunteers contact you, please fill out the Peer Support Request Form (click the link below) and someone will reach out to you as soon as possible.

Download the Helpline Disclosure by clicking the button or review the Disclosure Information text  below. The Family Peer Support Helpline is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Call to talk with someone that understands the challenges facing law enforcement families today.

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Disclosure: Family Peer Support Non-Emergency Helpline

Our Family Peer Support Helpline is designed to provide general advice, guidance, and emotional support to law enforcement families. This support helpline is not equipped to handle immediate crises or emergencies. It is also not a substitute for professional mental health services, medical advice, or emergency crisis support.

If you are experiencing a crisis, feeling suicidal, or if your life is in immediate danger, please call your local emergency services right away or use one of our 24-hour crisis lines by tapping the “Get Help” section of the Cordico app.

Calls to this helpline are attempted to be answered from 9:00am - 9:00pm PST. If you call outside of these hours, your call will automatically be connected to a 24/7 national support line. Our team consists of volunteer law enforcement family members who understand the unique challenges police families face and who have special training in emotionally supporting peers. They can offer you emotional support, assist you in navigating these challenges, and encourage you to access further resources.

This service is designed for non-emergency communication only. If you are experiencing a crisis or are in immediate need of emergency assistance, please contact a crisis hotline or emergency services in your area. Our service does not have the capabilities to provide crisis support, nor can we dispatch crisis resources or emergency assistance.

We respect your privacy. This is an anonymous service; we will only request your first name for the purpose of our conversation. No additional personal identification information, such as your address, location, last name, or contact details, will be asked for or should be provided by you.

We cannot provide these support services to anyone under the age of 18. By calling this helpline, you acknowledge that you understand the nature and limitations of our service and agree to these terms.