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To schedule a free consultation for information on services provided please email or text 985-773-3205.  We are now offering direct client care as well as brain/body educational presentations for public service departments.

A non-profit providing mental health and wellness referral resources for first responders and their families. 
*If you or someone you know is suicidal or in emotional distress, please call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-8255 or dial 911.
EMDR Therapy

EMDR uses brain-body connection through eye movement to process trauma.

Brain Body Class for First Responders

IWA offers free on site psychoeducational classes regarding the effects of being a first responder on your nervous system and body reactions.


IWA Financial Assistance for mental health support for First Responders.

Mental Health Resouces

More information on therapy, substance abuse and healing for first responders.

Therapy Sessions
Support Us

As a non-profit, we rely on fundraisers and donations to provide services for those in need. Please consider donating below to support our first responders, their families and their mental health.

Our mission

To provide services and support to encourage growth and healing for first responders and their families. When our first responders are taken care of, their communities and families are taken better care of.

Getting Help

The amount of emotional labor required by first responders is greater than most. Responding to major events, disasters and accidents means keeping it cool and keeping your community safe. Keeping yourself and your mental health in good shape is essential for first responders and their families to thrive in the world. For more resources or information on getting help, contact Julie at

Law Enforcement



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