Confused about social distancing, isolation or quarantine related to COVID-19? What do they mean? When to employ them? How to keep yourself and others safe? SAMHSA created a helpful, easy to read guide. SAMHSA COVID social
SAMHSA has compiled a great tip sheet for families of responders returning from disaster deployments: what to expect, what to watch for, and how to help them readjust. Understanding and being prepared can prevent needless suffering and struggle. SAMHSA Family Tips post Disaster
In this article, COVID-19 Relationship Article – Martlage and Kruse Dr. Marc Kruse and Ashlee Martlage cover tips and skills to better support our marriages during this time of pandemic and social isolation. Responders always face unique challenges within their relationships. The current situation has definitely exacerbated those. Fortunately, we are resourceful and resilient by […]
The current situation with corona virus response globally can increase daily and cumulative stressors. Effective management of the situation is requiring even more from healthcare works and responders. 10% Happier has built this site full of free, easy to implement mindfulness resources to help us create mental breaks for ourselves and encourage optimal performance. Check […]
As requested at our Quarterly meeting August 16, the presentation is posted here for reference. Thank you to all who attended!
Check out our latest update and details for our upcoming meeting August 16 0900-1200 at South Metro Fire Rescue 9195 E. Moneral Ave Centennial CO 80112 https://mailchi.mp/8ba9db2b350f/update-from-responderstrong-and-upcoming-meeting?e=[UNIQID]
There are so many fantastic sources of information regarding the responder experience and how it can impact responders’ lives. If you are a responder, a family member, a leader, or a clinician working with responders, check out this list for some of the best.
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. http://responderstrong.withsondermind.com 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 […]
The START clinic at CU Anschutz and ResponderStrong are pleased to bring Rich Goerling of Mindful Badge to Denver for a 1.5 day mindfulness in peer support training April 19-20. This event is open to peers from all branches. Please follow this link for more details: https://spark.adobe.com/page/QVRjQZ4iNgL5y/
ResponderStrong is pleased to be starting another year in service of responders and their families. For more information about our progress and projects, please see our 2018 Annual Report.
Status Code 4, Inc (SC4i) is producing a series of mini-documentaries on the ways in which responders inadvertently bring trauma home and what that looks like. Stories Without Borders has masterfully filmed and edited the vignettes. ResponderStrong and other partners are proud to support this project. SC4i is making these materials available to any entity […]
4th Edition Newsletter
ResponderStrong and 9News
Thank you to the Intermountain Center for Disaster Preparedness for inviting RepsonderStrong to present on the mental wellness challenges of emergency response and the steps we are taking to provide better supports. IDCP and ResponderStrong
We have been holding our “large group” ResponderStrong meetings quarterly to connect and keep everyone up to date with our progress. Effective immediately, we are transitioning these meetings to a biannual schedule. The next meeting will be February 8 from 0900-1200 at South Metro Fire Rescue, 9195 E. Mineral Ave, Centennial 80112. We plan to […]