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Being the spouse of a first responder brings unique challenges and we bring our own background and experience into relationships. So having resources that not only recognize these unique challenges but also offer support is incredibly valuable.
Finding the right resources for you can be difficult especially during a time of need, that’s why I always like to share organizations the first responder community trusts.
Support for The First Responder Spouse
Joining me on this podcast episode is Miranda Dabbs. Miranda is the peer director for the significant others and spouses (SOS) therapeutic retreat through First Responder Support Network.
The sos program helps first responder spouses and significant others learn techniques to manage their own stress or trauma and vicarious trauma they may experience.
This is a one week, in-house program for partners, spouses, ex-spouses, and more of first responders. Miranda discusses with us the common stressors that many people who attend SOS deal with and ways they help the first responder spouse or other participants cope.
Learn more by listening to this episode on Apple Podcasts or anywhere else you listen to podcasts. Or check out the audio at the top of this post.
You can contact First Responder Support Network to get signed up for a retreat via:
email: email@example.com or phone:415-721-9789
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