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Your participation in the movement to recognize suicide in law enforcement, support the families in the aftermath and openly sharing your support, you are on the front line of change. Your leadership will not go unnoticed by the law enforcement community.
Blue H.E.L.P. is proud to work with organizations willing to boldly step forward and speak at a time when it is most needed.
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Blue H.E.L.P. partners with the following brands to provide special discounts and support our mission
Freedom Fatigues is a small, veteran (USAF) and LEO owned and operated outfit located just outside of Detroit, MI that’s dedicated to producing unapologetically patriotic apparel and accessories. Born from a love for our country and a desire to serve, Freedom Fatigues is the means by which they support our fellow veterans and first responders. Their mission is to bring awareness to cumulative PTSD and hero suicide, and to give back to nonprofits committed to the same.
Honor and Respect
Current Marion Police Officer and U.S. Air Force veteran Ron Slagle prayed about how he and his family could help first responders and military personnel with the current mental health crisis. Their goal is to help organizations that share our mission in helping our nations heroes make their mental health a priority. This is bigger than a shoe, it’s a passion to serve the people who have served all of us. Enter Blue H.E.L.P. in your cart comments and Blue H.E.L.P. will receive $5 per shoe and Monochrome Documentary.
Thinline Anthem is a Vitamin & Supplement brand created specifically for First Responders, by First Responders. They not only creates products with you in mind, but they also give back to non-profit organizations that focus on you, our First Responders.
In the Line of Duty
In this training program by In the Line of Duty, we discuss the topic of suicide among law enforcement officers and first-responders. This problem has reached what some are calling epidemic proportions. The taboo of asking for help has to be removed. There are many signs to look for among your fellow officers who may be hurting and in need of help. We talk with a former law enforcement officer who has been through this battle and he shares his story in hopes of giving other officers a reason to keep on fighting.
A Tribute For You
Clint creates customized, personal wooden items honoring first responders and veterans. As an U.S. Navy veteran with a wife in the National Guard, he is passionate about honor, respect and emotional awareness for all of our heroes.
Over the course of 2 years, a police officer turned first-time filmmaker and his wife traveled the United States and brought together experts and current/former law-enforcement officers in an effort to explore the highly secretive, often misunderstood, and socially taboo topic of what the officer experiences in the wake of an officer-involved shooting. What they found was a profound statement on the sheer humanity of the men and women who make these split-second decisions and then enter into an emotionally charged series of events and questions. Featuring an exclusive interview with Officer Stephen Roach, whose shooting of an unarmed teenager in 2001 led to the Cincinnati riots. Thousands of people have seen and been effected by the film and discussion, and hundreds of thousands more now have the ability to be impacted by the DVD. Add “Blue HELP” to the comments and a portion of your purchase will be donated to Blue H.E.L.P.
We have all watched the news and seen the stores where police brutality is implied and demonstrated in videos. We can feel the outrage growing in the protests and resulting in more resistance and police officers being ambushed and civilians killed as well. Assumptions and judgements have been made on both sides. The current population in the US is about 325 million. The amount of sworn officers is about 1 million. Officers were civilians before entering the academy and they walk among us anonymously (except sometimes you can just tell by the stache). But it is safe to say they know what it is like to walk in our shoes but most of us don’t know what it is like to walk in their boots. This film does not intend to be a commercial or a bunch of sappy videos of police officers doing good deeds. It is about putting things in perspective. Because if you are too close or too far from something it is hard to see it clearly.
Why Become A Partner/Sponsor?
- Honoring – Your support will help honor the service of the men and women who served their community and support their families in the aftermath.
Educating – We are able to provide training, awareness and data when and where it is needed.
Leading – At a time when officers need support, you are lending your name to theirs and standing beside them while they seek assistance.
Preventing – Everything we do, with your assistance, saves lives. We will never be able to quantify our impact, but your support increases our footprint every moment.