I Didn’t Get The Chance to say Goodbye…

By Sean Riley – President & Founder-Safe Call Now

10-05-2016… One of those days for me that I’ll remember for the rest of my life and where I was at.  On this date my best friend Kevin Murphy from the Henderson, NV Police Department took his own life.  I was in Phoenix presenting when I got the call and the news of his death literally brought me down to my knees.  It hurt and hurt bad.  I even struggle with the word “suicide” because that’s something that happens to other people and doesn’t happen to my friends.  I deal with people in crisis everyday and for the first time I didn’t know what to do and didn’t realize I was about to go into crisis.  Let me tell you about my best friend.

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Miss Baylee Almon… Through Sheer Tragedy You Have Brought Us All Life!

By Sean Riley

Most everyone around the world recognizes this photo on that fateful day of April 19th, 1995 in Oklahoma City of my dear friend Chris Fields so tenderly holding Baylee Almon in her last moments of life.  I’ve viewed this photograph over and over and finally had the chance to have an open and adult conversation with Chris about his experience that day and his subsequent battles and recovery in life every day after.  Baylee brought so much more to this world than this picture that is etched in everybody’s mind.

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The Role Of Meditation & Yoga In The Recovery For First Responders

By Safe Call Now Admin

Yoga therapy and meditation are effective additions to recovery and relapse prevention. Using only one modality of treatment in a recovery plan minimizes the complexity of the individual, and makes recovery virtually impossible.

The First Responder Wellness Program carefully works with each client to devise a progressive and multi-modality treatment plan that is fully comprehensive and individualized.  Meditation and yoga therapy help during the changes you experience in recovery;  later, the special skills learned in these two therapies are effective in reducing stress, relapse prevention and maintaining a healthy lifestyle.

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