Access to clinicians using your benefits!


ResponderStrong is proud to partner with SonderMind to assist responders in accessing responder-aware mental health clinicians while maximizing the usage of their benefits to decrease out of pocket costs.

ResponderStrong and SonderMind

ResponderStrong and SonderMind have joined forces with the goal of making behavioral healthcare more accessible for the emergency responders of Colorado. Together, we are able to give responders the opportunity to connect with a therapist who specializes in emergency response support and aligns with their needs while using their existing benefits. Through this partnership, we are filling the overwhelming gap in mental healthcare by creating an accessible network of therapists endorsed by ResponderStrong.

Who is Sondermind?

SonderMind is redesigning mental healthcare to become more accessible for all.  We connect individuals with therapists based on their specific needs. With our large network of qualified mental healthcare professionals, we can find you a therapist that takes your insurance, specializes in what you’re going through, and aligns with what’s important to you.  We not only connect you with the right therapist, but provide on-going support including planning, payment, and more, so you and your therapist can focus on what’s important. 

What are we doing for first responders?

SonderMind is passionate about making mental healthcare available to everyone.  We recognize the astounding lack of qualified therapeutic resources for responders and are aware of the importance of mental healthcare accessibility for those in uniform and their families.  By partnering with ResponderStrong, we have been able to certify a portion of our therapists in responder support. This means we have clinicians who specialize in aiding emergency responders and can support you on your mental health journey.

Why are we doing this?

The demanding nature of emergency response occupations, and the consequences of consistent exposure to unnerving situations can impact mental health.  It has become clear that emergency responders are at a higher risk for anxiety, depression, substance use, post-traumatic stress injury, and attempted suicide.  By connecting responders with mental health professionals, we can help those who serve our communities get the care they need.