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20 minute Yoga for Grief | Slow Stretch Legs, Hips & Low Back

Yoga for Grief | This gentle, all levels, slow stretch yin yoga for grief routine will guide you into relaxing 1-3 minute yin yoga stretches. Watch Here

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First Responder Center for Excellence

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

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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David Kessler: Coping With The Holidays

The holidays can be a challenging time when you’re in grief. So often, our friends and relatives don’t understand, and they want us to just get over it. Join David Kessler as he shares strategies to navigate the holiday season. All are…

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Widen The Window | Dr. Elizabeth Stanley | Talks at Google

Dr. Elizabeth A. Stanley, Ph.D., is an associate professor of security studies at Georgetown University, where she speaks, teaches, and writes about resilience, civil-military relations, military effectiveness and innovation, and international security. She is the creator of Mindfulness-based Mind Fitness…

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National Center for Post Traumatic Stress

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

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King County Spouses Association

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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Crisis Text Line

Text 741741 to connect with a volunteer Crisis Counselor for Free 24/7. Support is at your fingertips. Through text, chat, and WhatsApp

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Safe Call Now

Safe Call Now is a confidential, comprehensive, 24-hour crisis line and support service for first responders, emergency services personnel, medical professionals, and their family members nationwide. 206-459-3020

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Code 4 NorthWest

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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