FRC Resources Page
Look below to find information about FRC, First Responder Resources, and organizations that support our mission.
First Responder Survey
Think you’re good? Think you’ve got this? Take the survey to see how well you are navigating the First Responder Life.
Take 5 minutes now to complete this survey about your First Responder Life. By answering these, (possibly triggering), questions, you’ll help us identify areas in your life which will help us better serve you.
Once the survey is submitted, you’ll receive an email from one of our Certified Coaches about joining our FRC Family!
First Responder Blog
Hi friends! My name is Caroline and I’m a mom of 3, married to my best friend, a freelance writer for FRC, and a catechist. My hubby was a firefighter when I met him, then EMT, then Dispatcher, and now an ER nurse. It was quite the journey! We all wear lots of hats, but one thing I’ve learned (and not until recently!) is that we need to balance personal time aside from all that service we provide for others (both family and professionally.) For me, this means making time for martial arts classes, word games, and some Bible reading. For my hubs, it’s working with his hands or reading. What do you do for you? It’s important to have something, even it’s small. You matter!
Become A First Responder Coach
National Police Wives Association
NPWA is a non-profit charitable organization dedicated to supporting law enforcement spouses through various outreach programs, providing resources to those new to the law enforcement community, as well as promoting volunteerism and charity within the law enforcement community in general. see VALUE and DEPTH in understanding not only who I am, but also what I can do for you as a coach!
Law Enforcement Family Resources
The job of a law enforcement officer is often stressful, demanding, and dangerous. The lifestyle and culture of law enforcement affects more than just the officers. Spouses, partners, parents, children, and companions of law enforcement officers play an integral role in an officer’s health and wellness.