Resiliency is vital to the overall performance and wellbeing of emergency responders. When stressors overwhelm our capacity, it can be tough to find the right solution. We do the legwork for you.
We have many resources for individual responders with questions or concerns, the families and friends of responders, and agencies looking for resources to support responder mental and emotional wellness.
Offering training, resiliency tools and information about mental well-being for responders.
Self-paced online courses that help responders practice self-care and cultivate coping tools
Easily accessible online tips and guides for dealing with stress, financial concerns and other issues that impact resiliency
Providing workshops for responder couples and families to help build relationship skills
Sharing free tools to help responder couple strengthen their relationships
Advice and information for counselors working with responders, and responders seeking the aid of a counselor
Created by Colorado responders to address issues impacting responder mental and emotional health
A feature-length documentary about what responders face in the aftermath of an officer-involved shooting
Visit the Educational Resources in the Learn section for a list of books that can help responder family and friends
resources from the First Responder Center for Excellence
treatment continuum, treatment options examples and aftercare
A flexible set of tools for firefighters and EMS personnel to help restore health and readiness after a stress reaction
by Ellen Kirschman, Mark Kamena and Joel Fay – This book offers highly practical guidance for psychotherapists and counselors working with responders on issues affecting resiliency
A book designed to guide responders and clinicians towards solutions when dealing with the mental and emotional health concerns
Click here to see a list of mental health providers who self-identify as working with responders.
Click here to see list of facilities that offer treatment for PTSD, substance abuse or mental health and who self-identify as working with responders.