By Kim Colegrove
Less than three months after retiring from his 30-year career in law enforcement, Kim Colegrove's husband took his own life. Read more about Kim and David's story, how to recognize signs of trauma and PTSD, and the importance of reaching out for help.
By Brad Bouchillon
Firefighters help, protect and save others, but can often neglect their own needs along the way. Find out the importance of self-care and how firefighters can ensure they are taking care of themselves before others.
By Jinnie Chua
If left unaddressed, stress can have serious mental health consequences on police officers. This new study sheds light on what officers who have demonstrated resilience throughout their careers are doing to successfully manage stress from the job.
By Dr. Chuck Russo
In recent years, many steps have been taken to address suicide among public safety professionals, but are we reaching all that need help? Find out what more needs to be done to help both active members and those who have left the force.
By Greg Benson
Awareness about the mental health of firefighters is improving, but an unhealthy and outdated firehouse culture is often unintentionally perpetuated by fire leadership. Here's why leaders must address PTSD and trauma in the workforce.
By Natasha Amaral
Symptoms of post-traumatic stress are extremely common in corrections. After finding her co-worker attempting suicide, a corrections counselor decided to initiate a suicide prevention program at the PA DOC. Find out how the program addresses mental health so corrections staff can get the help they need before it's too late.