United States Fire Administration-Check out their publication section for free publications on issues such as Line of Duty Death, Firefighter Health, and Stress Management. Also you can sign up for email alerts when a firefighter dies in the line of duty.
National Volunteer Fire Council- This organization represents the unique needs of volunteer firefighters, ems, and rescue personnel. Check out their resource center and their state benefits list.
National Fallen Firefighters Foundation- This organization offers a variety of services and assistance to the families and departments of fallen firefighters, including an annual memorial weekend. On their site check out their benefits section, and resources.
National Fire Heritage Center- The primary objective of the National Fire Heritage Center is to archive the history of the American Fire Service and Fire Protection Disciplines. Establishing this facility will facilitate historical review and research to approaches and methods to save human life from destructive fires and mitigate fire losses in the future.
Congressional Fire Services Institute- a non-profit, non-partisan policy institute charged with educating Members of Congress on fire and life safety issues. Visit their section on legislation and their section on
state and web resources.