Safe Call Now is a CONFIDENTIAL, comprehensive, 24-hour crisis referral service for all public safety employees, all emergency services personnel and their family members nationwide.
Yes. You will get a "live" person on the other end of the phone. The call-taker is a public safety employee who has gone through the same struggles as you and understands the demands of a public safety career. Once the call-taker has an opportunity to access the situation, they will decide what is the best method of assistance.
Unless the call involves injury to self or others, there is no mandatory reporting. Safe Call Now does not keep records on file.
Yes. You are still protected under RCW 43.101.425, which entitles the caller to privileged communication. Because the crisis line number (206) 459-3020 sits in Washington State, all calls are confidential and privileged communication.
Safe Call Now does not keep records, so there are no records to subpoena.
Yes. If you are a direct relation to the public safety employees such as, but not limited to: spouse, sibling, son or daughter, then you are authorized to use Safe Call Now's referral services. Should you have further questions, please call (206) 459-3020.
No. Safe Call Now does not get paid for each referral they make. Nor is Safe Call Now funded at the state or federal level; rather, sustainability of the organization is maintained through donations and grants.
Services are paid through employee's service provider once appropriate care is determined.
Whether an active or inactive member of the public safety sector, you would quality to interview with the Training Coordinator. If individual is in recovery, one year of sobriety is recommended and subject to interview and evaluation. Interested candidates would also be required to attend an 8-hour training course provided by Safe Call Now.
Not monetarily. Volunteering pays in other ways, as the experience and training is invaluable when saving lives and putting families back together.
Safe Call Now is a resource for public safety employees to speak confidentially with officers, former law enforcement officers, public safety professionals and/or mental healthcare providers who are familiar with your line of work.
MAKE A SAFE CALL NOW: 206-459-3020
Make a Safe Call Now: 206-459-3020