We’ve compiled a list of trusted resources for you and your family to browse. As you progress through treatment, having access to a variety of informational resources can help you and your family navigate the challenges you might encounter and feel prepared for every aspect of the recovery and wellness journey. From your first day of treatment to your last, our goal at First Responder Wellness is to help make the process easier so you can focus on what matters most — healing to rebuild a better life for you and your loved ones.
First Responder Fellowship Support Groups
1st and 3rd WEDNESDAY 6:30-7:30 PM
Eric 805-304-7436 | Tom 805-427-5685
SATURDAY 9-11:00 AM
Jeff 714-337-1019 or firstname.lastname@example.org
WEDNESDAY 12-1:30 PM
Cassie 714-485-5328 | Matt 949-371-9233
WEDNESDAY 7:45-9:00 PM
Mike 858-366-2799 | Matt 774-269-6974
TUESDAY 12-1:00 PM
Mark 831-313-2185 | Charlie 831-801-5438
WEDNESDAY 10:30AM-12:30 PM
Jared 619-414-6216 | Bill 619-818-4250
WEDNESDAY 12-1:00 PM
Juan 310-227-2472 | Michelle 310-704-6915 | Rey 310-251-2792
If you would like more information on setting up a first responder fellowship support group in your area please reach out to Devin O’Day email@example.com or Matt Fiorenza firstname.lastname@example.org These groups are 100% made up of first responders and do not have any Simple Recovery staff involvement. We would however like to support your efforts to bring wellness to your community by providing a meeting format, some first responder fellowship branded flyers to help you get the word out and to list your group on our resource page.
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