Wellness for Officer

Life Saver Wellness

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Life Saver offers unique and proven methods to combat the effects of chronic stress and trauma on the mind and body.

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Stronger Families

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Stronger Families exist to offer life-changing relationship skills to military, veteran, and first responder families so they can be strong and thrive. Their Oxygen program  gives officers and their spouses skills to communicate, resolve conflict, create emotional intimacy, interact with…

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All Clear Foundation

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All Clear Foundation’s mission is to improve the overall well-being and longevity of those who serve our communities in times of need. They believe that healthy Emergency Responders contribute to healthier communities.

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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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First Responders First

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First Responders deserve first-class care. Their state-of-the-art in-patient treatment facility takes most forms of insurance, and we only serve first responders.

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How to Find the Right Mental Health Professional

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In this blue family, no one should fight alone

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Written By Erik J. “Bo” Bourgerie for Police 1

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Palo Alto University – On the Front Lines: Policing and Mental Health

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On the Front Lines: Policing and Mental Health As part of Mental Health Awareness Month, Palo Alto University (PAU) is pleased to present an important conversation addressing the pressing issue of policing and mental health in a panel discussion entitled…

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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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Tactical Living

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Crush the mental health stigma with your career while putting yourself first and without feeling guilty

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