Welcome to Body Armor Wellness. This website was created and designed by a career law enforcement officer who developed his police department's award-winning and nationally recognized wellness program. The purpose of this site is to serve as a safe and confidential portal for police officers and other first responders as well as their family members and loved ones. Within these pages are wellness initiatives, active living advice, addiction awareness tools, introductory assessments, and expert guidance towards treatment and care for a better, healthier life.
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Learn about how to recognize and manage post-traumatic stress, depression, anxiety, and more. Explore coping skills and discover that you are not alone in tackling these unseen demons.
Physical activity improves overall health. It lowers the risk of certain diseases, promotes better sleep, helps keep a healthy weight, and more. Here you will find ways to enhance your physical wellness.
Eating a balanced diet is vital for good health and well-being. Food provides our bodies with the energy, protein, essential fats, vitamins and minerals to live, grow and function properly. Find information here.
Find resources that are tailored for police officers and their loved ones. Everything in this section is available 24/7 and confidential. When you or someone you know is struggling, do not hesitate to reach out.
The need for support does not have to originate due to police work. It can simply be life. Discover services that can help during an illness, the loss of a child or loved one as well as programs for law enforcement.
Addiction causes biological changes in the brain. Scans show that overuse of drugs or compulsive behaviors “hijack” the reward system. Help fight alcohol, substance, gambling, sex, etc. issues here.
In this section, you will find anonymous and quick self-assessment tests. These exams will help evaluate whether or not there is a need for follow-up and seek assistance.