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Reach Wellness

Our Mission

The Mission of Reach Wellness is to deliver for first responders and front-line workers who serve our community, providing them with the best mental health and physical health solutions that are available anywhere in the world today. We are laser-focused not only on preventing suicides but also on enriching the mentality of first responders and their families. By providing our full wellness
solutions that are accessible to all first responders, Reach Wellness will make a tangible difference in the lives of those who choose to serve us.

Our Vision

Our goal is to provide an affordable, effective, and inclusive mental health support solution with programs and activities that enable first responders to receive the care and support they need to live healthy, fulfilling, purpose-driven lives for them and their families.
We envision a world where first responders are offered solutions that can engage them over all aspects of wellness, being mental, physical, emotional, intellectual, spiritual, environmental, social, and occupational. Protecting First Responders from suicide, free from stigma, and empowering them to be their best selves and connect with and support others facing similar life challenges.
Promote purpose-led thinking and behaviour that is supported by the tools, professional help and community to become their best self and build up the fortitude to perform against the daily, monthly, and yearly challenges that face our first responders.

Conditions Supported

Reach Wellness was created to support the prevention and control of PTSD, Anxiety, Depression, ADHD, Alcohol Abuse, and Substance Abuse. We believe the services we provide
assist in tackling the following diseases or conditions by:

1.PTSD (Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder): Reach Wellness' services that focus on emotional and psychological well-being can be particularly beneficial for PTSD. Therapies or counselling services could provide strategies for managing symptoms, improving emotional regulation, and reprocessing traumatic memories. Activities promoting physical wellness, such as regular exercise, have been shown to reduce symptoms of PTSD by decreasing bodily stress.

2. Anxiety: All dimensions of wellness can contribute to anxiety management. Physical activities can reduce anxiety levels by decreasing stress hormones. Intellectual
wellness services, like mindfulness exercises or cognitive-behavioural therapy, can help participants better understand and manage their anxious thoughts. Social wellness activities, such as group projects or retreats, can provide supportive environments for individuals to share experiences and develop coping strategies.


3. Depression: Emotional wellness services, such as individual or group therapy, can teach individuals to recognise and manage depressive thoughts. Physical wellness activities, such as regular exercise, have been shown to reduce depressive symptoms by boosting mood-enhancing neurotransmitters. Social and occupational wellness initiatives can help individuals with depression build supportive relationships and find purpose and fulfilment, which can be protective against depressive symptoms.

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