Partners & Sponsors
Thank You To Our Sponsors, Partners, & Supporters.
As our organization continues to transition from a grassroots structure to developing a sustainable organization with a vibrant responsive infrastructure, we are now seeking partners to help expand our reach and raise mental health awareness for first responders, which in turn saves more lives, and provides a positive impact on the communities they serve.
Thank you to our partners, sponsors, and supporters for their generous support of our mission to provide first responders and military personnel with necessary resiliency skills in 2021 and beyond.
The FirstNet mission is to deploy, operate, maintain, and improve the first high-speed, nationwide wireless broadband network dedicated to public safety. This reliable, highly secure, interoperable, and innovative public safety communications platform will bring 21st century tools to public safety agencies and first responders, allowing them to get more information quickly and helping them to make faster and better decisions.
Fire Department Coffee
Fire Dept. Coffee is a veteran-owned business and certified by the National Veteran-Owned Business Association (NaVOBA), we're dedicated to providing great-tasting coffee to people everywhere. Along with providing a growing selection of incredible coffee — including its signature spirit-infused roasts — Fire Dept. Coffee also supports heroes in need through the Fire Dept. Coffee Foundation.
Apeiron was based on the ideology that ridding yourself of all limitations brings about a whole new sense of awareness, both in the world and within yourself. The face of the modern-day yogi is changing, with people of all different ages, genders, sizes, backgrounds and walks of life finding their place in the yoga community. Our inclusive line of yoga mats and accessories aims to reflect this diversity, with artistic designs exuding as much flair and individuality as the person using them.
CRACKYL Magazine is a ground-breaking new publication dedicated to the mental and physical wellbeing of firefighters; the first of its kind. They have partnered with the top associations, fire service industry leaders, and experts to bring you cutting-edge research and thought-provoking content to active firefighters on the job today.
Serving hundreds of organizations, Cordico helps identify people for critical roles, accelerate leadership, and strengthen workforce engagement, safety, and wellness. Our Ph.D. consultants, psychologists, and other talented professionals possess broad experience, knowledge, and expertise.
Firefighters Behavioral Health Alliance’s goal is to provide behavioral health workshops to fire departments and EMS organizations across the globe, focusing on behavioral health awareness with a strong drive towards suicide prevention and promoting resources available to firefighters/EMS and their families.
Fire Rescue Fitness is a company dedicated to creating products and blogs focused on keeping Firefighters, EMTs and Paramedics in top physical condition and “fit for duty.”
Fire Rescue Fitness
Full Spectrum Warrior
Full Spectrum Warrior is a unique approach to developing a capable and sustainable warrior mindset, skill set and physical capability and fitness level for engage hostile threats in multiple environments and situations.
The National Association of Emergency Medical Technicians (NAEMT) is the nation’s only organization that represents and serves the professional interests of all EMS practitioners, including paramedics, emergency medical technicians, emergency medical responders, and other professionals providing prehospital and out-of-hospital emergent, urgent or preventive medical care.
On the Job and Off is an online platform dedicated to building more resilient first responders through education and shared experience.
On the Job and Off
The purpose of the Police Officers' Credit Union Association is to not simply provide a forum for networking and the share of ideas but also to create avenues for true collaboration where financial institutions serving law enforcement can develop revenue-generating and cost-saving programs. In 2018 the POCUA continued its evolution to adopt the Soundness Initiative and begun our Police Partner program for 501c3 organizations serving law enforcement.
Ricardo Martinez II created a podcast and blog called Within the Trenches, based on his experience as a 9-1-1 dispatcher. Their goal is to tell the story of everyone they meets.
within the trenches
This is not just a line on a t-shirt. This is how we live our lives. No matter what happens, we push forward, not out of the absence of fear, but in spite of it. Because we trust our instincts, we trust our training, and we trust our gear. At 5.11, we don’t simply inspire readiness, we are readiness.