First Responders Resiliency, Inc



2777 Yulupa Avenue #314
Santa Rosa , CA 95405


(707) 625-0636


Devyn Breslin



Who we are

First Responders Resiliency, Inc.® (FRRI) is a cutting-edge, proactive, non-profit organization dedicated to the psychological, neurological, physical, emotional and relational well-being of first responders and their families. Founded and operated by first responders, the organization is based on current evidence-based research and science that provides comprehensive, holistic modality training to equip first responders (and their families) to become more resilient both on and off duty.

Susan Farren, a retired paramedic, created the Resiliency Program from the sale of her home and began to provide training across the nation to first responders and their families. This program quite simply saves lives and is built around changing the culture in resiliency training for first responders.

To expand our services and mission, FRRI is currently in the process of developing the First Responders Resiliency CenterTM in Cotati, California. This center will be a home for training and will provide real-time access to wellness and support services.

Our services will include, but are not limited to:

  • ● Trauma Therapists
  • ● Massage Therapy
  • ● Addiction and Recovery Support
  • ● Mindfulness-Based Programs
  • ● Physical Resiliency Training
  • ● Wellness and Nutritional Consultation
  • ● Equine Assisted Therapy
  • ● Cancer Support Services
  • ● Family Services
  • ● Preventative Holistic Modalities

○ (ie Tactical Yoga & Meditation) What we do

We serve active and retired first responders and their families, including fire, emergency medical personnel, law enforcement, and dispatch.

We are a proactive, evidence-based, behavioral wellness program for first responders, run by first responders. We strive to train those who save others to save themselves.

FRRI provides resiliency training programs for first responders and their families. We hold varying-length on-site and virtual trainings for families, departments, and agencies. Our training modalities include physical resiliency training (yoga, qigong), mindfulness-based meditations, breath-work, and cognitive behavioral therapy. Combined with our comprehensive modules: neuroanatomy, the nervous system, sleep, nutrition, and substance abuse; first responders are able to achieve a proactive approach to improving their overall health and well-being.

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