Wellness for Family

Police1 First Responder Wellness Week 2024

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“First Responder Wellness Week is an initiative that seeks to transform the way we think about wellness, as individual first responders, as agency leaders and as an industry,” says Dr. David Black, Lexipol’s president of wellness solutions. “First responders face…

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How I Reduced My Cortisol Levels Naturally With Food & Light by Wellness Mama®

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Oh, relaxation, that elusive activity that is often talked about and rarely achieved in today’s world. We all know we have too much stress and need to reduce it, but the execution is so elusive! Most of us probably know that…

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First Responder Center for Excellence

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Approximately 45% of Line of Duty Deaths are cardiac-related. Discover what you can do to reduce your risk.  

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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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Blue Girt Radio with Eric Tung Ep. 33: How Fitness and Psychological Help Aided Career Recovery: with Officer Deven Kennedy

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A ten-year veteran of law enforcement in Canada, Deven found himself in a near-fatal incident last year.  A suspect attempted to run him over, and he narrowly escaped, but not without significant physical and mental injury. Deven credits the physical…

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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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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 Body Keeps the Score: Brain, Mind, and Body in the Healing of Trauma

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Survivor Recommended –  For real change to take place, the body needs to learn that the danger has passed and to live in the reality of the present.

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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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WA DOH Provider Credential Search

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Can use to self-verify a provider’s background and see if there are any complaints against the provider and if they are founded.

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