The National Law Enforcement and First Responder Wellness Center at Harbor of Grace is a private-for profit entity that cannot accept donations. We are, however, a company with a strong not-for-profit conscience and donate significant services to public safety personnel. Because of our beliefs and the outstanding treatment services we provide, many people inquiry about making donations to us.
While we can’t accept donations, we advocate for the following non-profits and their missions. Please generously donate to any one of them or all of them! Thank You
A “Signal 13” is a unique communication broadcast that alerts every police officer in the field that one of their own is in need of assistance. The alert and the accompanying message about an emergency are given the highest priority by the responding members of the department.
NYLEAP (New York Law Enforcement Assistance Program) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. Our services are offered at no charge to individuals who serve as first responders (i.e. law enforcement officers, firefighters, emergency medical services personnel, correction officers, and dispatchers).
We support active-duty members of the Baltimore County Police Department who, through no fault of their own, find themselves dealing with unrecoverable financial difficulties.
Valor Station will be a 13,300 sq ft, 30-bed medical treatment center on 20 beautiful acres in Augusta, Georgia, exclusively for First Responders burdened by substance abuse, post traumatic stress or other wellness-threatening issues.
The South Carolina Law Enforcement Assistance Program (SCLEAP) was born out of the actual needs of state police officers serving in the field as well as non-sworn administrative staff members and their families. Modeled on a concept currently used by the FBI, SCLEAP is an employee assistance program which provides services as well as maintaining a cadre of volunteer chaplains across the state
The mission of the North Carolina Law Enforcement Assistance Program (NCLEAP) is to respond to the actual needs of law enforcement officers, first responders, their families and civilian staff. The work of NCLEAP is focused on turning vulnerability into strength through education, training, peer support, and pastoral care.