The Trauma Intervention Programs (TIP) of San Diego County, Inc. has been a non-profit service provider in San Diego since 1985. TIP is currently recruiting volunteers in the North County and needs your help! TIP offers immediate emotional support to victim's families and friends in the first few hours following a tragedy, often the death of a loved one. TIP volunteers are dispatched through the 911 emergency response system when called out by Police, Fire, Sheriff, or Highway Patrol.
Become a Trauma Intervention Volunteer! TIP provides immediate on-scene emotional support to victims' families during the first few hours following a tragedy. No experience is necessary – we will train you! Click on the link below for more information on upcoming trainings!
www.tipsandiego.org or call 760-931-2104.
Law Enforcement Cancer Support Foundation (LECSF)
The LECSF is available to provide an emotional support system, guidance and resources to all members of the law enforcement community during a cancer experience. As a volunteer-driven, donor supported nationwide organization, the LECSF members comprise a network of law enforcement cancer survivors who are committed to serve others by upholding bravery, faith, strength and courage during a patient’s cancer journey. The LECSF also provides on-going cancer education, emphasizing early detection and prevention to all law enforcement personnel. Assistance is open to any member of the law enforcement community affected by a cancer diagnosis. This includes all city, county, state, federal or tribal law enforcement personnel (sworn, professional, civilian or retired) as well as spouses, parents, children, friends, or loved ones. The service is free, completely confidential and arranges for personal contacts with one of the law enforcement cancer survivor mentors. The local LECSF is based in Mission Viejo, California and may be contacted at (888) 456-5327 or by logging on to their web site at: www.LECSF.net