Welcome to the Resilience Hub for Frontline Civilians – your anonymous resource center for training, education, self-assessments, and activities on building resilience and preventing/recovering from PTSD.
Interactive education, training, and self-assessements
Resilience Resource Center
These materials can be used individually or within your community, before, during and after high-stress incidents; resources to help make it easier to bounce back after difficulties that are bound to happen in your career.
Build your resilience:
Exercises, podcasts, multimedia, websites, and more to explore at your leisure. Build, rebuild, and monitor your resilience levels.
Community is a cornerstone of resilience: Share these resources with friends and colleagues to build a resilient community, as well as support in times of crisis.
Are you a leader? Strong and supportive leadership builds resilience in your team. Use these resources to guide your team through times of stress and trauma.
The first time I acknowledged that I might have a problem was when I couldn’t get on a plane to Haiti. Not because I was scared of traveling to Haiti… .
The toughest thing about being a frontline civilian is that you must constantly balance risk versus the mission. Because of my background in Army Special Operations…
Driving on the New York State Thruway one morning in early 2013, my breathing slowed almost to a halt and I saw stars. As the needle inched up toward 65 miles per hour…
Thank you for your service.
You, as a Frontline Civilian, are the leading edge of global security in the 21st century, and you deserve the full support of the U.S. government. Your well-being is of critical importance to you, to those around you, and to your mission.