Please use the fields provided to create your account. When done you may move on to tell us about yourself
and your qualifications so that you may be listed on the site! To learn more about the approval process for
listings, please see How do I become a listed Peer Support Provider or Clinician?
As you progress through the sections, please note:
A strong password must be:
It should NOT contain any of your personal information, specifically, your real name, email, or your company name.
It should be unique from your previously used passwords and should not contain any word spelled completely.
*Please know that we take your personal information very seriously. Your phone number will be hidden behind a CAPTCHA challenge before it is shown to site visitors and, additionally, will only be displayed on your profile.
To help provide our users quick access to the level of support they need, we have created videos representing the most typical problems for which first responders seek treatment. These videos have also been provided to you below so that you may view and use them as your guide when selecting the level of support you are able to provide. Please watch the videos, then proceed to make the appropriate selections from the list provided.
Those who work in fire service might use alcohol or other mood-altering substances.
People express anger differently.
People react to and deal with trauma in different ways.
Sadness can lead to severe depression.
To be registered as a Clinician, you MUST provide proof of your qualifications. Please view the complete list of programs and courses for more information.
The courses or programs you provide proof of completion for will be noted in your public profile listing, but your certificates will only be available to Redline Rescue Support team members and used to verify your submission.
I. General Statement
The Redline Rescue website is hosted on a server managed by the University of Central Florida (UCF). We strive to collect only the minimum amount of personal and confidential information necessary to support our firefighters, clinicians, and peer support providers, and will protect that information to the best of our ability. With new methods of sharing, processing and storing all forms of data emerging at unprecedented rates, we put forth a consistent effort to limit the access of data to only those authorized individuals that need this access to carry out their respective job duties.
We will never sell your data or provide it any other entities without your consent. It is imperative that we all recognize that threats to the privacy and security of individuals' personal data remain on the rise. UCF has and will continue to reasonably and appropriately secure its systems and applications, maintain policies to properly guide our staff, faculty, and others, and investigate all issues involving suspected or actual data-related issues.
A cookie contains a small amount of visitor and website information stored on an individual’s computer. These files interact with the visitor and the website to provide a webpage tailored to the user through its awareness of information held within the file. Cookies also have the ability to carry all or parts of the information stored within the file to other websites that the individual may visit or to third parties.
The following describes the types of cookies Redline Rescue uses on our website:
III. Questions / More Info
If you have questions or requests involving your data privacy or similar, please contact us via postal or electronic mail:
4111 Pictor Lane, Suite 203
Orlando, FL 32816
(University of Central Florida Psychology Building)
Contact us online
IV. Updates to this Privacy Notice
Updates to this Privacy Notice occur periodically; this page was last updated December 2022.
Redline Rescue uses artificial intelligence to match the specialties/experience of peer support specialists and clinicians to firefighters and their families who are seeking support.
Please carefully check the options that best describe your personal and professional experience with stress and trauma. Firefighters in need will be able to search for peer support providers
on personal characteristics, physical location, and experience with a variety of stressors. For clinicians, first responders will be able to search based on physical location, insurances
accepted, availability of a sliding fee scale, and areas of clinical expertise.
To become a peer support provider:
To become a registered clinician:
Verification email sent.
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When you are finished, please use the "Save" button to save your selection.
*Please Note: These videos do not have any sound.
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