Our mission is to provide services that support the well-being of first responders and their families. We are changing the way first responders and their families are helped.
Code Blue is an all-volunteer non-profit 501(c)(3) organization. Our mission is to measurably improve a first responder’s quality of life in these areas: mental, emotional, social, and spiritual. Code Blue Community is a network of local weekly peer-based support meetings - men helping men, women helping women, families helping families. We offer the tools necessary to address issues, including PTSD and suicidal thoughts, to help first responders and their families cope with the stress of daily traumatic work-related issues.
Our peer-mentoring groups utilize a well-researched handbook and other materials, and each participant will be offered the opportunity to take our assessment, Life Renewed Quality of Life Assessment (QOLA). Separate meetings are available for men first responders, women first responders, adult family members, and youth ages 13-17. Code Blue Community is designed to create a supportive, confidential, community-based meeting place.
Meetings are free for all participating first responders and their loved ones. Life Renewed International / Code Blue is proud to partner with Highland Rivers Health, one of the largest providers of mental health and substance use treatment and recovery services in Georgia. Together, as part of the Code Blue Program, we are helping first responders and their families.
Do you have a Code Blue Community in your area? If Not, you can start a community by filling out an application.
Meet our dedicated staff. We work together in our own specialized fields of expertise to bring you a better quality of life. We care deeply about our country, and about the valiant men and women who serve and protect our nation.
When you help a first reponder, you help a family, and you help generations to come. Code Blue is a mission of Life Renewed, a 501(c)(3), tax-exempt non-profit. All donations are tax deductible.
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“Quality of life has a number of dimensions ... but we know of no other assessment, ...that combines all these dimensions in one profile.” ~ Dr. Harry Wetzler, M.D., M.S.P.H., Outcomes Measurement Specialist, Retired Air Force Colonel
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