FLEOA Mental Health Initiatives


FLEOA is working closely with the Treatment Placement Specialist/Acadia Health, who are available for you and your family. Bill Mazur and Joe Collins, both retired LEO’s, will talk/text/email with you and get you connected to a provider who is vetted and who is familiar with the LEO culture.  Contact Acadia’s public safety liaisons and learn more here.

Acadia Healthcare Brochures are available for: 


 Click Here for resources and articles on mental health.


Remember to take a moment to refill yourself when your energy level gets depleted.

The following resources are also here for you - peer support/No shame-No judgement:

  • Text "HOME” or "BLUE” to 741741 to connect with a counselor

  • Call COPLINE 1-800-267-5463 (1-800-COPLINE) Calls will be answered by a Retired Active Peer Listener - All calls are strictly 100% CONFIDENTIAL.

  • Call blue line support 855-964-2583

  • Call the National Suicide hotline 800-273-TALK (8255)

  • The National Disaster Distress Helpline is available to anyone experiencing emotional distress related to COVID-19 - call 1-800-985-5990 or text TalkWithUs to 66746 to speak to a caring counselor.

Please use these resources, sometimes a mere connection will pull you out of a funk.


Feel free to reach out to whichever FLEOA Chaplain you feel comfortable with. They are here for you.

For questions or additional information on mental health, please contact:

    Dr. Jean Kanokogi, PhD
    Director of Mental Health & Peer Support Services
    Federal Law Enforcement Officers Association
    Contact Dr. Kanokogi