Survivor’s Mentorship Programs
Networking First Responder Survivor’s & Spouses to support each other during and after traumatic injuries.
- Emergency Mentorship- Responding as soon as possible to immediately help the survivor’s family with establishing trust and determining what services the survivor will need as they begin the long road to recovery.
- Progressive Mentorship- Responding, communicating with the survivor and immediate family member to maintain trust while we determine which programs would best assist the survivor.
Family Care Programs
Assisting survivors with family support within the primary residence.
- Assisting with financial hardships related to added child care costs.-Networking with past survivor’s & spouse’s, establishing partnerships with licensed child care providers to assist the survivor with the following;
Providing child care during unconventional business hours and sponsoring unexpected or add child care cost during/after the traumatic injury was sustained, for the purposes of the survivor attending medical appointments, therapy, legal appointment, vocational training or any other events directly related to the support & recovery of the survivor that children or dependent adults can not attend.
- Reunifying an immediate family member to assist the wounded survivor for distant families.
For survivors that have been traumatically wounded and will rely on continual support within the household 24 hours a day, that do not have an immediate family member present to assist them with activities of daily living but have a family member that can be relocated to them to provide them services. Line of Duty Wounded may sponsor reasonable travel accommodations to assist with the financial hardship of sudden travel.
Financial Hardship Programs
Assist Wounded Survivor’s with principal cost of living hardships.
- Line of Duty Wounded may sponsor survivors with financial hardship expenses directly impacting their ability to sustain their reasonable principle daily living. Financial hardships directly related to housing, food, or transportation.
- Line of Duty Wounded may sponsor ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act) accommodations need to assist the survivor with mobility in and around their primary residence. Support in the form of having ADA compliant ramps, doors, bath modifications installed at the survivor’s primary residence.
- Assisting the family with filing and obtaining a temporary disability parking permit.
Vocational Assistance Programs
Sponsoring vocational rehabilitation training
- Sponsoring training directly related or relevant to Law Enforcement, Firefighter or Emergency Medical Services for the purpose of continued professional training and rehabilitation.
Sponsoring vocational rehabilitation education
- Sponsoring training directly related or relevant to Law Enforcement, Firefighter or Emergency Medical Services for the purpose of continued professional education.
Assisting with vocational rehabilitation
- Sponsor and support traumatically wounded survivors that are unable to maintain their current profession with vocational transition education (i.e. certification programs, courses).
- Assist with career searches for disabled survivors, networking with Sponsors and Partnership Organizations to establish reasonable employment for disabled survivors.
Mental Wellness Programs
Survivor’s Wellness Retreats
- Sponsor events to help reduce stress or anxiety sustained from traumatic life-threatening injuries while building a network between survivors to maintain communication and trusted relationships.
Survivor & Spouse Wellness Retreats
- Sponsor events to help reduce stress or anxiety between survivors and spouses.
- Sponsor events to help maintain marriages impacted by traumatic life-threatening injuries.
- Sponsor events to build a network between survivors and spouses to maintain communication and trusted relationships.
Survivor’s Family Wellness Retreats
- Sponsor events to help reduce stress and anxiety between families directly impacted by survivor’s traumatic injuries.
Survivor’s Counseling Programs
Survivor’s Post-Traumatic Stress Injury
- Sponsor private counseling to assist survivors with stress, anxiety and Post Traumatic Stress Injuries.
Survivor Marriage Counseling
- Sponsor private marriage counseling specific to understanding stress and anxiety related to traumatic injuries.
Survivor Family Counseling
- Sponsor private family counseling specific to assisting children with parents who have sustained traumatically injured.