The First Responders Resiliency, Inc.® Family Services component provides the families of first responders a look into the psychological, neurological, physical, emotional, and relational changes that take place in a first responder as a result of their repeated traumatic exposure and stress. Until now, there has been little to no training for the families on these issues or what they can do to work together. This program creates an environment that allows for healing, repair, growth, and happiness, not only for first responders, but for those who love and care for them.
Our Family Sessions are open to partners/significant others, parents/guardians, children 14 years or older, and extended family. Family Sessions often run concurrently with our conferences and training. Check our Upcoming Training page to sign up.
"I want to thank you for giving me my husband back. Seeing [him] Thursday after class was the first time in a long time that I felt I was seeing the man I fell in love with. I know that things aren't going to be perfect from now on and that we are going to have to put in the work, but it feels like we are finally heading in the right direction. What you and all of the staff at FRRI are doing is not only helping First Responders cope with PTSD, but you're saving lives, marriages and families. I know this because it feels like you saved mine."