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About Us

Peer Support Advocate Program

The Wounded Blue is working to de-stigmatize mental health within the law enforcement community through its Peer Advocate Support Program and community outreach. The Peer Advocate Support Program handles nearly 100 calls per week from officers. With each of our team members being either active duty or a former officer, many with disabling injuries, we are able to help in a way other support groups would not be able to. They understand the environment, what they go through on a day-to-day basis and the PTSD/PTSI that comes with it. 

Key benefits of our Peer Support Program:

Publicly funded

Whether you need 1:1 help or group support, our programs allow you to get the assistance you need, all thanks to the generous donations from our local communities.

We can relate

Understanding the exposures and traumas we encounter on a daily basis, we are able to help guide you since we've been in your shoes.

Trusted & Trained professionals

All of our team members are professionally trained to handle law enforcement officer's unique situations. All calls are confidential.


Optional Behavioral
health support

Behavioral health support from the comfort of your own home. It’s a judgement-free zone. 


All calls are kept confidential to ensure that you can confide in us so that we can better assist you through your healing journey. 

How We Help

The S.E.A.L Strategy

Advocating on your behalf, The Wounded Blue is able to support fellow officers, help to educate them, their families AND the public, assist the injured through their healing journey and to legislate and bring more attention to laws and better protection for officers.

People in a support group


Starting with the right Support System

A National Peer Advocate Support Team that provides The Wounded Blue with resources and guidance. They provide information and help complete the application process for the Public Safety Officer Benefit for disabled officers.

The Wounded Blue supports its officers through ongoing and developing programs and resources such as service dogs, retreats, and training.