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OUR MISSION

“Normalizing a new culture for mental wellness in the first responder community by building resilient mindsets at work, home and into retirement through trusted and proven educational resources.”

OUR PROJECT

The First Responder Resilience Project includes a peer-produced documentary and a customizable, educational program developed by first responders and reviewed by clinical experts specializing in first responder wellbeing.
Our platform provides in-person seminars, online training modules, and a resource platform designed to arm first responders with the needed tools to understand, maintain, heal, and further build on their mental health. 

 

Working to reduce the stigma, we introduce the conversation of mental health and wellness within the first responder community while providing accessible resources and self-help tools to combat past, current, and future traumas.

OUR DOCUMENTARY TRAILER
"Lift the Mask, First Responders Sound the Alarm" presented by FirstNet, Built with AT&T

Let’s make a difference together and remove the stigma around mental health.

 
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First Responder Resilience Project

Our Program

The First Responder Resilience Project (FRRP) aims to address the pervasive issue of stigma associated with mental illness that prevents our most vulnerable populations from accessing life-saving treatment. These very public servants, our nation’s first responders, are more likely to die by suicide than performing their line-of-duty life-saving roles, and at unprecedented rates.

The First Responder Resilience Project consists of comprehensive annual mental health training program developed by first responders and peer reviewed by clinical experts. The FRRP includes in-department, group seminars, individual workbooks and mobile access to interactive training modules hosted through the program website. The website serves as a functional, efficient resource specially curated for police officers, firefighters, EMS and dispatchers to help first responders improve their mental and physical wellness. 

Additional resources are emergency call center information, virtual workouts, informational videos, wellness practices, blogs, and podcasts. Through this platform, participants can also find community support and personal guides for local resources. The program will reduce the stigma of mental health in the first responder community while providing accessible resources and self-help tools to combat past, current, and future traumas. 

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Be a Part of the Change

Join us in Tucson, AZ June 6-11! 

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Professional &

Experienced

Training