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Phoenix Project for Injured First Responders

The Phoenix Project for Injured First Responders, a program of the Texas LODD Task Force has joined forces with other Texas Fire, EMS, & Law Enforcement leaders and organizations that are developing a working group that will help catastrophically injured first responders receive the emotional, physical, and spiritual care they and their families often need.
The Texas LODD Task Force's job in this working group is to develop a clearinghouse of resources and support materials, develop peer counseling training, and train first responders that have suffered a catastrophic and are willing to offer moral support to a newly injured first reponder.  We will also be working on response programs, family support, and networking events such as meal meet-ups, retreats, and training programs.
If you are a first responder (firefighter, EMS, LEO), that has suffered  a career ending injury or a catastrophic injury but you have been able to return to some form of work, or if you are a family member of an injured first responder and you are interested in being a part of this working group, please fill ou the short form below and someone will get with you soon.
The Phoenix Project for Injured First Responders, a program of the Texas LODD Task Force has joined forces with other Texas Fire, EMS, & Law Enforcement leaders and organizations that are developing a working group that will help catastrophically injured first responders receive the emotional, physical, and spiritual care they and their families often need.

The Texas LODD Task Force's job in this working group is to develop a clearinghouse of resources and support materials, develop peer counseling training, and train first responders that have suffered a catastrophic and are willing to offer moral support to a newly injured first reponder.  We will also be working on response programs, family support, and networking events such as meal meet-ups, retreats, and training programs.

If you are a first responder (firefighter, EMS, LEO), that has suffered  a career ending injury or a catastrophic injury but you have been able to return to some form of work, or if you are a family member of an injured first responder and you are interested in being a part of this working group, please fill ou the short form below and someone will get with you soon.
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3. What public service program were/are you a part of?  If you are a family member, please choose that option
6. Is your injury career ending?
8. Are you interested in sharing your story to the public as a means of educating fire, ems, and LEO agencies about injured first responder needs and care programs?
9. Are you interested in joining our working group?  This working group will assist the Task Force and the larger working group with developing care programs, services, and resources for critically injured first responders.  We would like to invite those first responders that have walked a similar journey to be a part of this working group so that we may have first-hand knowledge of that type of experience.  
10. As a first responder that thas suffered a catastrophic and/or career ending injury, or if you are a family member of an injured first responder, would you be interested in being trained as a peer support person and be available to support newly injured first responders? There may be a possibility of deployment.  Although a vast majority of our peer program can be done on the phone, through text, email, or social media messaging.