Nevada Peer Support Network

Providing resources and support to our Law Enforcement, Firefighters, EMS, First Responders,
Veterans, Hospital Professionals, Military Personnel and their families . . .


West Coast Post-Trauma RetreatGo To Site

The WCPR program is for first responders whose lives have been affected by their work experience. The WCPR residential program provides an educational experience designed to help current and retired first responders recognize the signs and symptoms of work-related stress including post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) in themselves and in others. FRSN prefers to identify PTSD as a post traumatic stress injury.

Emotional Resilience TrainingGo To Site

This is a spiritual rite of passage This is designed for the man who is ready to to experience the ultimate level of freedom with himself, his relationships & his purpose. Emotional Resilience Men’s Retreat Is a 3.5 day, immersion in nature that’s designed to help you discover the root cause of what has been holding you back from being the greatest expression of you. " -Josh Wenner

The Sparta Project Go To Site

Veterans • Military • Law Enforcement • First Responders

No two veterans or first responders face the same exact issues. But as peers we know how to help you. We guide, inspire and heal veterans and first responders who suffer from PTS. We are dedicated to healing the invisible wounds of war and service. Whether your mission is complete, or you just clocked off duty - but the battle is still raging... Don't face your post traumatic stress alone.

Need assistance?  Call 213-293-6694 ( If you or a loved one are in crisis or facing an emergency call 911 )

W.A.R. Warriors and Rodeo Go To Site

There are a variety of ways we protect our country and in the same way, there are a variety of ways W.A.R. gives back to those who serve.

• Warriors and Rodeo – compete, clinics, attend events, rodeo gear, discount programs, care packages, and more.
​ • Warriors and Racing – racing teams, competitors, tickets to events, care packages, and more.
​ •  Warriors and Recreation: rafting, hunting, fishing, golfing, hiking, biking, outdoor retreats, camping, care packages, and more.

Task Force Heroes Go To Site

When employees have emotional issues, it can be hard for them to focus on work or daily living. They may be distressed or even depressed due to work-related experiences, family matters or other personal troubles. Whatever the reason, professional help can restore their mental and emotional well-being.

Our highly trained counselors know that the longer a problem exists, the harder it is to deal with. Seeking immediate help for psychological issues shows your true compassion and desire to maintain a healthy, productive workforce.

Fortunately, professional help is available to your agency. TCTI specializes in psychological services to government agencies, law enforcement, fire & emergency services, health care providers and private industries.

Custom training courses certified for POST, STC, ICEMA/EMS, CEU’s and BRN

The Counseling Team International Go To Site

The Counseling Team International provides exceptional counseling, training, critical incident intervention and support to emergency service personnel and their families within California as well as nationwide. Our mental health professionals and support staff operate as a team and are dedicated to serving those who serve. Our staff strives to be acknowledged as outstanding leaders by their peers. Our clients’ well being is our greatest concern. We honor their trust and confidence in us as we attend to their needs in an environment of mutual trust and confidentiality.

Vegas Strong Resiliency Center Go To Site


We can help you find a trauma-informed therapist, get involved with peer support, connect with healing activities, and more. Please feel free to connect with us in person, by phone, or by email. Appointments are encouraged. Our hours are Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. PT. To schedule an appointment, feel free to call us at 702.455.2433 or send an email @

The 24/7 Disaster Distress Helpline is available by phone or text:  1-800.985.5990,  or text TalkWithUs to 66746.

You can also call the Resiliency Center at 1-702.455.2433,  between 8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m., Monday-Friday.

If you are having thoughts of suicide, call the National Suicide Prevention Line, 24/7 days a week:1-800-273-TALK (8255).