Virginia Law Enforcement Assistance Program (VALEAP)

 

Virginia Governor, Glenn Youngkin donates his first quarterly salary to the Virginia Law Enforcement Assistance Program. Click the link below to see Governor Youngkin and our Operations Director discuss on Fox & Friends.

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The Virginia Law Enforcement Assistance Program (VALEAP) is a nonprofit, 501(c)(3) committed to serving law enforcement officers and first responders who have undergone traumatic critical incidents in the line of duty or in their personal lives. Established in 2008, in the wake of the mass shooting at Virginia Tech, the organization has served more than 1,500 officers from over 70 Virginia agencies and trained over 250 law enforcement peers to date.

The program implements proven methods of peer support and mental health services to provide psychological and emotional healing to all participants. VALEAP‘s services include Critical Incident Stress Management and Post Critical Incident Seminars.

VALEAP has hosted 26 Post Critical Incident Seminars since 2008 where over a thousand law enforcement professionals have been in attendance.

No one understands cops like other cops. That’s why the organization is run by a dedicated team of volunteers who are trained law enforcement professionals, including Municipal Police Officers, Sheriffs’ Deputies, College/University Police Officers, State Troopers, Law Enforcement Chaplains, and culturally competent Mental Health Professionals.

VALEAP is here to help. If you would like to learn more or speak with our team, contact us here. If you would like to register for the next PCIS conference, click here.