“He Who Fights The Monsters Should See To It He Does Not Become One”

By Sean Riley


Sean Riley, Jay Dobyns and Chris Fields are not stories of success, rather those of three men who were brought down to their knees contemplating life, what it meant and if it was worth living. All three served the citizens, their cities, communities and country they swore by oath to do so with honor yet they were incapable of helping themselves. After much reflection, soul searching and receiving help from others they’ve learned how to live life. What all three men share in common is they could not get help on their own.

Through their experience, strength and hope, Sean, Jay and Chris will walk you through the difficulty of the first responder profession through their personal journeys in an interactive and innovative format. The “stigma” appears to be the hardest obstacle to overcome for first responders to ask for help. It is now time to #changethenarrative on how people ask for and receive the help they need to thrive and survive in life.

We’re here and dedicated to walking that journey with you through our one-of-a-kind #ArmorUp Training Series which includes Emotional Body Armor, Catching Hell and First In. Lives are changing and being saved nationwide because of this training series but also because it’s time to #changethenarrative

If you, someone you love or someone you know needs help, call:

Safe Call Now:  24 Hour Confidential Hotline:  206-459-3020

For more information on the First Responders program:  Click here

Or call Shannon Clairemont at 661-466-6352 or Vanessa Stapleton at 304-651-3008