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Shadows Behind The Badge whose mission is to provide support as well as counseling services to Police, Fire, EMS, and Military service members/Veterans suffering from depression and PTSD.
Shadows Behind The Badge also serves the mission to raise suicide awareness in our first responder community as well as military personnel.
Safe Call Now is a confidential, comprehensive, 24-hour crisis referral service for public safety employees, all emergency services personnel and their family members nationwide. Safe Call Now was started in 2009 after legislation was passed guaranteeing confidentiality nationwide for all who call the Safe Call Now crisis line that is staffed by current and former first responders.
To Bring Awareness to the 20-22 Vets and 1 Active Duty we lose per Day to the Hidden Wounds of War.
To connect the Dots for transitioning Service members to the civilian World.
To get Vets and Active Duty Members the Non Traditional Treatment not provided or paid for by VA and Military Medical Facilities.
The Believe 208 mission is to increase awareness of the unique challenges facing first responders and to be a trusted, influential source for first responders, their families, agencies and community stakeholders. Proceeds from the race help to fund education and training efforts in addition to providing resources to officers in need.
There are Occupational Hazards for First Responders and their families. It is important to assist with healing, educate, AND to raise public awareness.
BTBNM raises funds to pay for counseling and other ancillary services like meditation classes for law enforcement, fire, dispatchers/911 operators, and EMS. We raise awareness about occupational hazards like PTSD, anxiety, depression, and Acute Stress.
The Blue Wall Institute is a recognized provider of first responder (e.g., Police, Fire, EMS, Military, Corrections, Dispatchers, Clergy, and Medical Personnel) wellness training. The Blue Wall Institute was founded in response to the high number of yearly first responder suicides.
Our mission is to improve the quality of life for our first responders by educating them on all the dangers of the job. We take a holistic approach, in that we not only include first responders in our training, but supervisors, administrators, and first responder families. A first responder in need of assistance may not see a problem for what it is. Their judgment and perception may be clouded, which is why including those closest to the first responder in training is an essential part of saving lives and averting tragedy, as we believe "saving lives begins in the classroom."™
The Blue Wall Institute focuses on: overall first responder wellness, suicide awareness and prevention, stress and anger management, resilience building, substance use and abuse, heart health, speaking with health care providers, critical incident stress, and PTSD.
Police officers, firefighters, paramedics, and military members all see the innermost of our dark and fallen world. Jonathan Hickory gives us a veteran police officer’s intimate perspective into the struggle that many of our heroes battle in their hearts.
Drowning in the depths of depression and sadness, burning with anger, and chained down by alcoholism, Jonathan couldn’t do anymore. After the death of his father as a young boy, facing countless horrific death scenes in the line of duty, and the loss of his first son, Jonathan turned to the world for answers—finding only darkness. Facing the threat of losing his job as a police officer, the loss of his wife and daughter, and contemplating suicide, Jonathan turns to the only one who can truly save; Jesus.
Read the powerful true story of how a step into faith saved Jonathan from the clutches of sin and addiction, changing his life forever. This amazing true story of grace and the life changing power of Jesus Christ is guaranteed to encourage everyone who reads it.
The mission of the First Responder Support Network (FRSN) is to provide educational treatment programs to promote recovery from stress and critical incidents experienced by first responders and their families.
Our goal is to provide first responders and their families tools to reduce personal and family stress, encourage appropriate career decisions and reduce the effects of traumatic incident stress on an individual's life. The key components of FRSN are the 6-day residential treatment for first responders, also known as the West Coast Post-trauma Retreat (WCPR), and the 6-day program for significant others & spouses (SOS).
Save A Warrior is an original, Warrior-led, well-grounded and timeless journey for active duty military, returning veterans and first responders who feel desperately alone. Give us a week and you will change the way you see - and live - your life.
We provide counseling services in the fields of mental health and wellness, suicide prevention and post-traumatic stress to veterans, military personnel, police, firefighters and other first responders. Please contact us for more details.
To expand on what it is that Save A Warrior offers is that we provide an alternative, warrior-led, holistic service that equips veterans, military personnel, police, firefighters and other first responders with a community of support and effective techniques to overcome the symptoms associated with post-traumatic stress and suicidal ideations.
Warriors' Ascent is founded and led by Warriors who have experienced their own moral injuries and have dedicated themselves to creating a path of healing for our nation's veterans and first responders. With this growing community of support, we can help Veterans and First Responders overcome the feelings of isolation, anger, and hopelessness through evidence-based healing practices.