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|“Sean Riley comes straight from the heart and tells it like it is! He is genuine, dynamic and thought provoking. Sean has lived what he teaches and now he teaches what he lives! You cannot go wrong with Sean!” –Eddie Slowikowski, Speaker, Slowikowski & Associates|
|“Sean Riley is someone who truly believes in what he is doing…. he not only speaks it he LIVES it! That is a huge difference! There are people in America who are making a difference and Sean Riley is one of them. His vision and drive will literally save hundreds of lives. Safe Call Now is making a huge difference and Sean Riley is certainly one of the main reasons.” –Myrle Carner, Director, CSOPS – (Crime Stoppers of Puget Sound)|
|There is a new organization called Safe Call Now that was set up to help officers and their families through these types of difficult circumstances. This confidential service is staffed by professionals who care. I would encourage any public safety officers or family member who is undergoing tough times to give Safe Call Now a call right away. “We put them out there, we break them, and it’s our job to fix them.” –Lt. Governor Brad Owen|
|”Safe Call Now is about people, about saving lives and putting families back together. This innovative program has and will save more lives than anyone could have ever imagined.” –Congressman Dave Reichert|
|“I didn’t feel as if I could go to my employer for help, but Safe Call Now provided a safe and confidential service that I could reach out to where I knew my information would be protected and I would receive the assistance I needed.” –Kevin Jones, SPD|
|“I found myself in what seemed to be a no win situation. I did not know the person I had become. Every attempt I made to correct it, created more complications. At a time when “friends” turned their backs, Safe Call Now never gave up. I can’t thank you enough.” –Laura Johnson|
|“Today I am especially grateful for Safe Call Now. Two years ago you saved my life. I’m celebrating 2 years clean and sober today with a life better than I imagined.” –Rhonda Lasley, Deputy Sheriff|
|“The Crime Stoppers Association supports the critical role that Safe- Call provides to law enforcement. Crime Stoppers programs from around the world work hand-in-hand with law enforcement on a daily basis to solve serious crimes and Washington State has one of the strongest contingents of those efforts.” –Crime Stoppers Association|
|It has been both an honor and privilege to meet and work with Safe Call Now. Both Sean Riley, his wife Julie, and every other person involved with Safe Call Now have been tremendous on all fronts. It is rare to see and hear such an honest individual like Sean tell his story, as it is gut-wrenching, yet inspirational in the same breathe. Safe Call Now is there to help all members of law enforcement, firefighters, first responders, and even members of the military. It is our goal to help spread their message to our communities, that Safe Call Now is out there, and don’t be afraid to reach out for help. Every agency should know their number: 206-459-3020. –John Guarnieri, President, Fallen Blue Organization|
|It is my honor to support programs such as Safe Call Now which dedicate themselves to serving law enforcement personnel in our communities. Too often, the fear of losing one’s job overshadows the need to reach out for help. Safe Call Now removes this apprehension and allows our public safety officers to seek the treatment that they need and deserve. As the only program in the nation to offer a 24-hour confidential hotline, Safe Call Now provides referral services to help their clients overcome addictions, marital and family issues, depression, suicide, financial problems and more. We owe it to those who have sworn to protect and serve our neighborhoods to be of assistance in their times of need, and I am proud to be able to do so through the support of Safe Call Now. –Rob McKenna, Attorney General for the State of Washington|
|“Even in the best police agencies, the level of internal scrutiny inherent in this high-risk job often makes it difficult for an employee to reach out to his or her department in a desperate time of need. Safe Call Now offers an independent lifeline, with no strings attached to anyone or anything that might otherwise represent an obstacle to recovery.” –Daniel C. Alexander, Chief of Police, Boca Raton Police Services Department|
|I can think of no other profession that has the potential for daily life altering ramifications than the job of a first responder. Sean Riley learned this the hard way and now has made it his mission to see that no one else has to suffer the psychological and physical hardship that can result from working to protect, serve and save lives. Having worked directly with Sean, I can attest to his dedication, passion and love for first responders and his desire that the casualties that can result from such noble work are minimal. Sean Riley truly has taken the motto to protect and serve back to his own and with Safe Call Now he has provided us with a lifesaving resource to help secure futures for after the job is done. Safe Call Now is the prototype for providing the kind of support that allows first responders to minimize their own risk while maximizing their sacrifice for others. –Laura A. Brodie, Ph.D. Clinical and Forensic Psychologist|