Alcoholism has taken hold of countless fire fighters and paramedics. Don’t let it rule your life or the life of a loved one. Representatives on helplines like the IAFF Center of Excellence’s alcohol hotline are available around the clock to answer your questions, address your concerns and point you in the direction of life-saving treatment.
The IAFF Center of Excellence’s alcohol hotline provides toll-free guidance to fire fighters and paramedics struggling with alcoholism, as well as information for friends, family members and coworkers who want to help. The hotline provides 24-hour support for addiction, co-occurring issues , and treatment options at the IAFF Center of Excellence.
If you or someone you know is in immediate danger as a result of alcohol, drugs or other substances, call. Life-threatening situations must be dealt with quickly and decisively by professionals who will connect you to local resources.
An alcohol hotline can be helpful if you or someone you know is exhibiting signs of alcohol addiction . Whether you need advice, counseling or information about treatment options, an alcohol hotline is available to connect you to the help you need.
All calls made to our alcohol hotline for IAFF members are completely confidential. All information you disclose stays between you and the representative you speak to. The details discussed will not be shared with your loved ones, coworkers, IAFF local or fire department unless you choose to disclose them yourself or give permission for us to do so. If you call on behalf of an IAFF member, we will not reach out to them unless you explicitly ask us to.
Absolutely. IAFF members who are ready to start treatment can begin the recovery process within 24 hours of their initial phone call. Our primary goal at the IAFF Center of Excellence is to connect you and your loved ones to the help you need, as soon as you need it.
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