Understanding Your First Responder
For spouses and adult family members of first responders in any law enforcement discipline; police/deputies, corrections, parole & probation and dispatch. This is open to Chaplains, City Officials, Clinicians, Administrators, and HealthCare personnel.
The Oregon Law Enforcement Memorial Fund, OPOA, & The Code 9 Project
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The Code 9 Project is a national non-profit organization dedicated to providing support, education and viable self-help resources to all Command Staff, First Responders and their families through training and film mediums.
The S.H.A.R.E. Family program is a highly interactive workshop rooted in stress education. Topics such as: identifying stress patterns, PTSD, stress management, family dynamics and peer support will be covered. This program is open and encouraged for all adult family members and spouses of First Responders. The program is also open to all non-First Responder personnel such as: Chaplains, City Officials, Clinicians, Administrators, and HealthCare personnel.
Please review the below trailor to Code 9's documentary 'Code 9 Officer Needs Assistance' to get an idea of the quality of training you will be getting!
Code 9 Officer Needs Assistance
A special thank you to the Oregon Law Enforcement Memorial Fund for sponsoring this training and all they do for Oregon's Fallen Heros.
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