Connection Project launches digital resource event

Podcast series, resource list to support Denver metro emergency responder community

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Posted 10/31/19

The Connection Project will launch a digital resource event Nov. 6. “Everyday Brave” supports the emergency responder community though a series of real-life stories shared through podcasts and a …

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Connection Project launches digital resource event

Podcast series, resource list to support Denver metro emergency responder community

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The Connection Project will launch a digital resource event Nov. 6.

“Everyday Brave” supports the emergency responder community though a series of real-life stories shared through podcasts and a list of support resources for emergency responders, according to a news release.

The Connection Project's founder and president, Jason C. Hopcus, hosts eight Everyday Brave podcasts, featuring emergency responders, leadership and way-makers from the Denver metro emergency responder community.

Additionally, emergency responders will be connected to a digital resource list tailor-made for life needs of emergency responders. The list offers support resources in key areas that emergency responders might seek help: health, job, money and tribe.

The Connection Project's mission is to create sustainable connections that meet people where they are. It takes a fresh approach by focusing on those who have turned their personal struggle around to champion for a community-driven cause.

“The present narrative about mental health is often perpetuated through sad, scary or traumatic events, which typically overlook individuals who are simply struggling with functional life issues. It's time we offer a hand up and meet them where they are,” Hopcus said in the release.

For more information, contact Hopcus at ProjectJason@realpeoplereallife.org, 469-442-6426 or www.realpeoplereallife.org.

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