How to donate to ERAP

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To assist a medical examiner or emergency responder across the United States or anywhere in the world make your donation to the National ERAP program.

Donate To EMRAP

Why Donate?

Emergency Responders Assistance Program (ERAP) is a non-profit organization that provides and underwrites mental health seminars to emergency responders who have been negatively impacted by critical incidents. A collaborative effort between caring citizens and emergency responders, ERAP is the only organization in (Oklahoma, Arizona) to offer such extensive seminars to affected emergency responders and their significant others. 

These seminars, called Emergency Responders Critical Incident Seminars (ERCIS), are led by mental health workers and emergency responder peers. They are offered to mitigate the adverse effects of critical incidents on emergency responders, which include post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), drug and alcohol abuse, family violence, and suicide.

ERCIS is underwritten by ERAP, who is sustained by contributions from private donors like YOU and by limited grant support. Emergency responders and spouse participants do not have any financial obligations in attending the seminars. ERAP spends more than 85% of its contributions on programming (ERCIS), a very respectable percentage compared to most other non-profit organizations.

YOUR CONTRIBUTION WILL ALLOW AFFECTED EMERGENCY RESPONDERS TO HEAL AND ONCE AGAIN BECOME PRODUCTIVE CONTRIBUTORS TO OUR PUBLIC SAFETY!