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There is a Human Behind Every First Responder's Badge.

Repeated exposure to traumatic events and the unchecked physiological tolls of the job negatively impact those wearing the badge and can be debilitating, or even deadly …

life expectancy
The life expectancy of First Responders is 20 years less than average.
heart disease
Police ages 55-60 have a 56% chance of dying from a heart attack – 35x more than average.
First Responders are more likely to die by suicide than in the line of duty.
20 -25% of all First Responders experience Post-Traumatic Stress.
The impact of a First Responder’s job affects their entire family.

… but we believe this must change and are collaborating to deliver critical resources that will improve the lives of First Responders.

As a First Responder, you prepare endlessly to protect others

There are many resources available to ensure you can do the same for yourself:

  • Peer Support
  • Crisis Assistance
  • Mental & Physical Wellness
  • Retiree & Family Resources
  • Resiliency Training
  • Educational Programs

We’re collaborating on solutions that will positively impact ALL First Responders

Thousands of people and charities are working to improve and extend the lives of First Responders. We’re supporting them to do it swiftly and more widely.

Is your organization focused on making a positive impact on the health and wellbeing of First Responders?

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