The Serve & Protect philosophy of operation is partnership is better than reinvention.  We have carefully selected organizations we believe in, both in mission and in impact. Strategic alliances have been structured so that together we address more completely the needs of law enforcement, fire/rescue, dispatch, and corrections.  Here are our partners – and we are growing. Our focus is to rescue those in danger, and provide resources for our Homeland Heroes and their families.


Serve & Protect

24/7 crisis line, chaplain services, life skills coaching

21 Chaplains in 15 states and Ireland, boots on the ground

Founded and led by former LEO / MP

Safe Call Now

Coast2Coast crisis line partner

Hope & Healing At Hillenglade

Founded by Model and Actress Jennifer O’Neill, Hillenglade is a respit for Veterans and Public Safety. Her focus is Equine therapy to address PTSD.

National Police Suicide Fund

Since 2000, LELDF has contributed over $2 million to offset legal and other expenses, as well as pro-bono legal advice, to more than two dozen law enforcement professionals and their families. The LELDF is a nationally recognized 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization supported solely through the generous contributions of individuals and organizations. This financial and legal assistance has become increasingly important as our society becomes more litigious and the frequency and cost of defending allegations against law enforcement professionals continues to rise.

Suicide understanding/prevention/education

Law Enforcement Legal Defense Foundadion

Firefighter Behavioral Health Alliance

Educates fire/rescue/EMS about mental health stressors, with a major focus on suicide awareness. Partners with the Counseling Services for Firefighters, providing therapy and training for mental health providers so they understand counseling first responders.


America’s Vet Dogs – Service dogs for Public Safety with PTSD 

VetDogs trains and places guide dogs for individuals who are blind or have low vision; hearing dogs for those who have lost their hearing later in life; service dogs for those with other physical disabilities; facility dogs as part of the rehabilitation process in military and VA hospitals, and PTSD service dogs to help mitigate the effects of post-traumatic stress disorder.

Barbecue, Boots, and Badges 

The Barbecue, Boots, and Badges Foundation is a non-profit arm of dickey’s Barbecue. They help serve needs of first responder, and were recently very active helping families in Dallas after that tragic day.

International Conference of Police Chaplains

International Conference of Police Chaplains seek to maintain professionalism in law enforcement chaplaincy.

Survivors Network for Air & Surface Medical Transport

This network provides support, education, and resources to air & surface medical organizations, personnel and their families, and works to help mitigate risk and aid in individual and organizational post-accident recovery.

Badge of Honor Memorial Foundation

Helps those families, who as a result of a law enforcement officer’s death, are enduring personal hardship. The Foundation acts as a “watchdog” organization for the widows and children of these fallen police officers, assuring they receive the statutory benefits due them.

Dr. Michael Langston

Professor of Chaplain Ministries, Columbia International University;  Dr. Langston is a partner in developing our Chaplain training program, and is the founder of The New Centurion Ministries.

Fellowship of Christian Peace Officers

Christian fellowship for law enforcement


National Police Wives Association

Serving law enforcement wives

Wives Behind the Badge

Serving law enforcement spouses

Wives on Duty

Serving first responder spouses