The Thin Blue Line of Michigan is a non profit organization, which exists to provide assistance in the areas of financial, legal, benefit recovery, counseling, funeral stipends, college stipends, medical costs, medical equipment and other areas of hardship to the families of injured, personal illness, disabled or deceased members of the law enforcement community (active & retired), Firefighters, Dispatchers, Corrections, EMT, EMS and Administrative Clerks.
• Assistance in benefits reviews, filings for benefits and legal review for injuries you receive while at work or off duty.
• Financial Assistance up to $800.00 per month, if eligible based upon the provision of supporting documents.
• With member donation amounts of $5.00 per pay period (bi-weekly or $10.00 per month) entitles the member to a $25,000.00 Death Benefit and a Custom Will & Living Trust, Pour over Will and more at the expense to the members at the modest cost of $450.00 (General costs between $1,800 to $2,500). Also, donations are Tax Deductible.
• Analyze your families current benefits through a trusted insurance partner.
• For only 33 cents per day, take care of your family & have the knowledge that you are also assisting other Public Safety and/or their families that are in need.
The Thin Blue Line will assist and support the families of injured or deceased Public Safety within the State of Michigan. Whether active or honorably retired, officers and their families are assured that The Thin Blue Line will aid them with financial, emotional, physical, and medical needs that arise upon the occasion of an officer's injury or death.
Providing short term assistance and care to the 19,000 Public Safety officers and their families in the State of Michigan and long term assistance and care to its active members.
Definition of the above mission statement:
Up to 3 months of financial assistance and care and limited legal services to non-contributing members. Up to one year or greater for active contributing members and their families with detailed legal services. Volunteer or committee member of events are not “considered” active donation members.
The Thin Blue Line receives and administers funds according to the guidelines set forth in Section 501(c)3 of the Internal Revenue Code.
List of Assisted
Click here for the list of persons, agencies, and families assisted by the Thin Blue Line of Michigan. Note that some cases have been omitted for privacy reasons.