First Responders and Alcohol Abuse, and how to seek the proper treatment
One of the tenets of Blue Love: Off the Cuffs is that it is imperative we back our blue, stand with our blue and shield our blue. What does this mean? Let’s break it down.
We talked to Officer Jason R. Lacayo from White Plains, NY, who inspires others everyday with words of wisdom and tips to keep yourself mentally and physically healthy.
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Police officers are bound to have PTSD at some point in their careers. The horrors they see and the stress that comes with it guarantee some form of post-traumatic stress disorder. However, another term being used now is PTSI: post-traumatic stress injury. The aim is to destigmatize this diagnosis since “disorder” has a negative connotation. […]
It’s easy to take law enforcement officers for granted because we know they will always be there when we need them. It’s literally a phone call away and a police officer will be where you need them to be to help you. But, how do we show our appreciation for their protection and service as […]
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This app, set to be released at the end of this year is based on a “squad” system that will allow a user to pick his team or “squad” to alert them in various ways depending on their mental health need at the time. Read more here; https://americanmilitarynews.com/2019/08/new-app-works-to-end-suicides-among-veterans/
Experts say that when someone is in this place, their brain cannot rationalize. They have no concept of the aftermath and how it will affect their loved ones. This person believes the world is a better place without them, they are no good to anyone, and they just want the pain to stop. Sometimes they […]