Fla. program helps firefighters with addiction, depression
Safe Call Now is confidential hotline for police officers, firefighters
By Marissa Bagg
BOCA RATON, Fla. — Sean Riley was a 20 year law enforcement veteran with the San Diego Sheriff's Office, until he started using drugs.
"I was in the middle of alcoholism and drug addiction and I was indicted by the federal government for doctor shopping," says Riley. Riley lost his job and ended up in rehab.
In 2009, he created Safe Call Now , a confidential hotline for police officers and firefighters. It's an outlet for those who may be suffering just as he did.
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