ERAP Serving Emergency Responder
Across the United States
ERAP Serving Emergency Responders Across the US
HOW ERAP IS MAKING AN IMPACT
Welcome to the Emergency Responders Assistance Program (ERAP). ERAP is dedicated to providing emotional support to emergency first responders who experienced psychological trauma following critical incidents. ERAP, a non-profit organization of citizens who deeply care about those who protect us, recognizes that critical incidents may lead to significant stress which may manifest itself in deteriorating job performance, family breakdowns, chemical dependency, and suicides. ERAP underwrites training, education, and psychological assistance in a structured, intensive, three-day seminar environment (Emergency Responders Critical Incident Seminar, ERCIS).
Emergency Responders Critical Incident Seminar
Emergency Medical Responders Critical Incident Seminar
Need Immediate Help?
If you are concerned about your own safety and/or that of someone you love, please call for assistance. There are many resources listed, or please find a list of hotline numbers on our hotline page.
Meet Our Team
Eli Reshef MD
National Emergency Responders Assistance Program Board Chairman
Dr. Robbie Adler- Tapia
Clinical Director, National ERAP
Dr. Kathy Thomas
Clinical Director, Oklahoma ERAP
ERAP is now Supporting Medical Workers
EMRAP is now providing support for health care workers.