Officer Wellness and Community Behavioral Health Initiatives

The Fairfield Police Department is committed to fostering mental well-being within our community. May is Mental Health Awareness Month are we're shining a spotlight on the importance of mental health and safety for everyone.

We are proud to share details about the Fairfield Police Foundation CT, Inc.’s Officer Wellness initiative and our Fairfield Police Behavioral Health Network (FPBHN). The FPBHN was created to address the growing need to support members of our community struggling with mental health and chronic addiction issues. This diverse network includes representatives from local mobile crisis resources, recovery networks, corrections intake, homeless services, elderly services, and private institutions—all volunteering their time and expertise.

Our goal is to provide the best services possible through collaboration and resource sharing. Our Peer Support Program, establishes a confidential network within the department, offering essential assistance to colleagues facing personal or professional challenges. By emphasizing officer wellness, the Fairfield Police Department aims to cultivate a resilient force capable of delivering the highest level of service to its community.

Join us in supporting a safer and healthier Fairfield by contributing to our Community Safety and Behavioral Health fund. Your donation fuels vital initiatives, including sustaining our Fairfield Police Behavioral Health Network. Together, we create a foundation for safety, resilience, and a stronger community bond.

Your support matters. Donate today and be a part of building a safer and more compassionate Fairfield.

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*The Fairfield Police Foundation CT, Inc is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization and your donation is tax-deductible to the fullest extent allowed by law. EIN #87-2485591.

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