Mental Health for Agencies

National Center for Post Traumatic Stress

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We are the world’s leading research and educational center of excellence on Post Traumatic Stress.

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Ellen Kirschman Ph.D. Contributor Page on PsychologyToday.Com

Psychologist Ellen Kirschman is the author of I Love a Cop: What Police Families Need to Know, I Love a FireFighter: What the Family Needs to Know, Counseling Cops: What Clinicians Need to Know and the Dot Meyerhoff mystery series….

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Code 4 NorthWest

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Code 4 Northwest is an entirely volunteer-run, free, and confidential crisis response and referral network for Washington State active and retired first responders, EMS, corrections, civilian support personnel, and their families. 425-243-5092

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The Science of sleep

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Dr Stephen James, from WSU School of Nursing and the Sleep and Performance Research Center, has some vital information about the impact of shift work on law enforcement officers. Sleep deprivation is a health concern and it can influence everything…

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Trauma Releasing Exercises (TRE): A revolutionary new method for stress/trauma recovery

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This book explains many aspects of the trauma recovery process in uncomplicated language and uses basic concepts for the non-professional. It includes the ground-breaking, Trauma Releasing Exercises (TRE). These exercises elicit mild psychogenic tremors that release deep chronic tension in…

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FBINAA Officer Resiliency, Safety & Wellness Video Series

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The monthly Officer Resiliency, Safety & Wellness Video Series examines and discusses critical topics focused on enhancing and improving the lives and careers of the first responders who serve our communities.

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Here for You Blue

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Moved to a group format. $28/month with a minimum of 3 people. 100% confidential.  

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1st Help

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Giving first responders easy, quick access to organizations that can assist them with various problems related to their jobs. From peer support to mental health care to financial aid – everything first responders need can be found by answering a…

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Bulletproof

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Officers can access anonymous and confidential mental health and wellness initiatives, addiction awareness tools, assessments, and direction toward treatment and care.

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Public Safety National Alliance of Mental Illness

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Taking care of others requires that you also care for yourself.

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