9-1-1 Professionals need even more than great training to be well, serve well, and enjoy a great quality of life... 

...They need access to a full range of trustworthy resources! 


911TI's leaders have long been on the forefront advocating in the 9-1-1 industry for a comprehensive approach to securing the resilience and wellbeing of our Very First Responders.


While 911TI is a for-profit organization, we never stopped building, searching for, and bridging 9-1-1 professionals to the resilience resources they need. Some of them we've created, others we've contributed to or discovered. But they all share one thing in common: they'll help your agency achieve the mission of safeguarding the quality of life for 9-1-1 Professionals. You'll find a page describing each resource by hovering over the Resources tab here. See also the list of organizations and podcasts below.


If you don't find what you're looking for on our Resource pages, be sure to email us: We're ready to assist! 

9-1-1 Organizations

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The Association of Public-Safety Communications Officials (APCO) is an international leader committed to providing complete public safety communications expertise, professional development, technical assistance, advocacy and outreach to benefit our members and the public.
The International Academies of Emergency Dispatch (IAED) is the world’s foremost standard-setting and certification organization for emergency communication centers.
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The National Emergency Number Association (NENA): The 9-1-1 Association improves 9-1-1 through research, standards development, training, education, outreach, and advocacy.

Non-Profit Organizations

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1st Responder Conferences provides conferences with dynamic speakers on issues that impact the personal and professional lives of first-responders and their families nationwide. 
911der Women is a non-profit and community that strengthens and supports women in public-safety by equipping them with tools to foster professional and personal growth through networking, peer support, mentoring and education.
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Blue H.E.L.P. to reduce mental health stigma through education, advocate for benefits for those suffering from post-traumatic stress, acknowledge the service and sacrifice of law enforcement officers we lost to suicide, assist officers in their search for healing, and to bring awareness to suicide and mental health issues.
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Code 4 Northwest provides a comprehensive and holistic community of confidential support to people within the first responder and critical care family. Through prevention, education, awareness and crisis response, Code4NW will enhance the resilience of the individual, the organizations and the communities they serve.
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The Code 9 Project’s mission is to educate, train and advocate for the prevention of PTSD and suicide for all first-responders and their families.
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The Code Green Campaign is a first-responder mental health advocacy and educational organization with goals to improve mental wellness for all first-responders and reduce barriers to accessing mental health care.
EMDRIA is a non-profit professional association which promotes training, education and research in EMDR as well as awareness of EMDR.
FRSN provides first responders and their families tools to reduce personal and family stress, encourage appropriate career decisions and reduce the effects of traumatic incident stress on an individual's life.
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Humanizing the Headset is a resource and outlet for 9-1-1 Telecommunicators to change the public perception of what the job entails through education and thoughtful discourse, to provide insight into self-care and wellness, and to celebrate, encourage, and uplift all of the wonderful souls in the profession.
ICISF provides support and information about disaster behavioral health to the emergency response professions, other organizations, and communities throughout the world.
A nationally recognized program for telecommunicator mutual aid response in the aftermath of disasters, providing information as to operational deployment of Telecommunicator Emergency Response Team (TERT) programs. 
The Resiliency Project aims to end the silent suffering of our nation's first responders by providing peer support and funding for treatment, recovery and psychological services in an effort to treat post traumatic stress, build resilience and end suicide.


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The 911 Strong Podcast is home to stimulating discussion and entertaining conversation from the perspectives of Kristen, a Police wife and Dispatcher, and Aram, a Police Sergeant. Both are public servants by day and social media influencers by night talking about faith, family and freedom.
Code 3 Families is for first-responder spouses by first-responder spouses, and they discuss the research and realities related to the first-responder family life while also sharing their own stories of navigating this lifestyle.
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The Firefighter Deconstructed digs into how jobs in public-safety can affect the mental and emotional health, the ensuing physical symptoms and how to deal with them.
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Educational discussions about the first first-responders, 9-1-1 operators, who just want to save lives and help people.
A podcast recognizing a select group of industry professionals tasked with the critical mission of crafting an environment that will be a fine balance of new technology and citizen safety so they can share their thoughts and ideas in hopes they will inspire leaders today, as well as the leaders in training for the future.
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A podcast hub for public-safety tips, tricks and training with entertaining, educational and empowering interviews with public-safety difference-makers who are saving lives on both sides of the call.
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We Speak Dispatch is a group of 9-1-1 Professionals discussing topics from the headlines, topics that are fun & interesting, topics that you care about.
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Within the Trenches is based on the experience of being a 9-1-1 dispatcher and is a place to share stories, vent, laugh, submit/ask questions.
Your Oxygen Mask First is focused on helping those in the "helping professions" (public safety/first responders, medical, military, etc.) find resources to not only survive the work they do, but also help them live their best lives possible at the same time.