First Responders Resiliency has trained more than 5,000 front-line workers since 2018 and helps them to cope with work-related stressors.
HEALDSBURG, CA — Coming out of an 18-month stretch when first responders and frontline workers saw their stress levels reach new levels because of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, a Santa Rosa not-for-profit is helping train these vital workers in ways they may have never expected.
The First Responders Resiliency team, from left, Ron Shull, Devyn Brelin and Shell Brandt meet in their new Santa Rosa office on Thursday, January 21, 2021. The company has a contract with Cal Fire to train thousands of state firefighters in methods to deal with the inevitable stress of fire season. Photo taken (Photo by John Burgess/The Press Democrat)