It takes courage to help victims of trauma, assist survivors of violence, support those who have experienced loss, and respond to crime scenes. It also takes commitment to do this work despite the personal, physical, emotional, and mental impact it can have. Law enforcement, victim advocates, and other first responders are routinely exposed to trauma and impacted by the cumulative stress of the daily requirements of the job. It is critical for agencies and organizations to recognize and support members’ well-being and address vicarious trauma (VT). Through personal and professional experiences and expertise, as well as research-based information, the presenters will define VT, discuss the potential impact VT on individuals and the organization, and highlight warning signs and indicators of VT. They will then present the Vicarious Trauma Toolkit (VTT) and other resources, strategies, and programs that agencies and organizations can implement to better support members’ health and well-being in order to create stronger, more sustainable organizations and strengthen response to the individuals served.