Virtual Support for Officer

Resilience Through Fitness

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On June 12th 2022, after 9 years of policing, Deven was involved in a traumatic incident while on duty. A career in policing was everything  he had worked towards for years, and the incident caused him to feel a loss…

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SAFLEO

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SAFLEO provides education and resources to law enforcement officers and agencies and those who support law enforcement including colleagues, friends, family, and clergy members. They are here to help you get what, where, and/or who you need.

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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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King County Spouses Association

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This is a Facebook page is for Deputies of the King County Sheriff’s Office and their friends and family to stay connected.

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Officer Health and Wellness

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Explore the collection of IACP resources that support the safety, health, and wellness of every officer, and use these resources when developing comprehensive officer safety and wellness strategies.

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International Critical Incident Stress Foundation – ICISF

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Critical Incident Stress Management (CISM) is a method of helping first responders and others who have been involved in critical incidents that leave them emotionally and/or physically affected by those incidents.  CISM is a process that enables peers to help…

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Wellness For Warriors

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Wellness for Warriors is free and confidential support for first responders. They offer peer and familial support. They also provide sleep support, yoga, meditation, mindfulness, nutrition, and fitness guidance. Law Enforcement Family recommended.

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Responders First NW

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Community of Northwest first responders. Responder First NW hosts weekly virtual meetings for first responders where they can relax in a nonjudgmental and drama-free place to have conversations where you’ll find (and give) moral support, advice, and encouragement.

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ResponderStrong

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Confidential app for responders and families to help with well-being and personal life. This platform was built to support all aspects of a responder’s life, from finances and relationships to physical, mental, and emotional well-being. Their only goal is to…

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ManTherapy 20 Point Inspection

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Mantherapy has a 20-point head inspection, where you get a rundown of how you excel and where you can improve your mental health.

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