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Ways you can help us support our local Police departments.

Contact Back The Blue Emergency Hotline

We have trained staff available seven days a week, 24 hours a day, to give back when your support is needed. Feel free to call just to talk or get the help you need in your area as soon as possible. If you do not reach out to us, we can not help meet your needs. There is no minor issue or one too big that we won’t handle. You should never again feel the pain of not having a friend to speak to.

Resource Center Everyone Needs Backup!

The mental health and wellness of America’s Emergency service personnel are vital. This is not a Job that can easily be left behind when a shift is over. Our officers, first responders, and civilian personnel do everything they can to keep Americans safe, but too often, that means putting themselves at risk and in harm’s way.

Help Writing and Completing Applications

Treating Injured Police Officers, by helping them receive their medical benefits, along with available cash Grants.

BTBF developed an easy-to-follow process to get you up to speed on the basics of identifying, applying for, and securing Law Enforcement grants. This step-by-step guide will walk you through the sometimes tedious process of collecting the information critical to nearly all grant opportunities, regardless of their origin.

Grants are by definition direct monetary assistance to an organization to undertake a specific project or program. Grants fund solutions to identified problems within a community. Grants come from federal, state, and private resources.

Officer and Family Support

Get Help Applying for Health Insurance

By phone

24-7  Customer Support. Call to ask a question, start or finish an application, compare plans, or get enrolled. We are available every day, except certain holidays.

Find In-person Help in your community

Find local help. Search by your city and state or ZIP code to see a list of local people and organizations who can help you apply, pick a plan, and enroll. Some offer help in languages other than English, other specialized services, or in-person help.

Educated Health Insurance Agents

Health resource agents can help you enroll through the the required department handling those benefits for you particular need.

Search for health insurance benefits using our Find Local Help tool.

Citizen volunteers help Involvement

Citizen volunteers help supplement and support officers and civilian personnel in many ways.

Volunteer roles may include: performing clerical tasks, assisting with search and rescue activities, and writing citations for accessible parking violations and codes. Enforcement, patrolling to provide additional police visibility, reporting graffiti and other quality of life issues, and helping with property and equipment inventories.

For more information,

We Back The Blue Foundation

Local Support

1629 K Street N.W. Suite 300 Washington, DC 20006

Community Help

Zellepay: use email.

Resource Center