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Core Strength

We are excited to share this interview with Beth Medina, the CEO of The Innocent Justice Foundation and Gabriela Magallon, the Program Manager for our SHIFT program in Ranch & Coast Magazine’s January 2021 edition. We also want to thank Deanna Murphy for her beautifully written article educating readers on who we are and what we do. Mental health and wellness training is essential in keeping our community’s first responders and helping professionals healthy and effective in their professions. The work TIJF does supports this effort, because when we lose those heroes working with vulnerable people to burn-out, depression, or suicide, who replaces them?

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Our programs are here to help, because losing any professional to burn-out, severe depression, substance abuse or suicide is unnecessary, tragic, and preventable.
This is why we do what we do.