Lexipol, the leader in policy, training and wellness support for public safety and government leaders, today announced a partnership with the Washington Association of Sheriffs and Police Chiefs (WASPC). The partnership, supported with allocated funding from the Washington State Legislature, provides access to Lexipol’s wellness solution for WASPC member agencies.
“Washington State law enforcement officers take pride in providing unwavering service to their communities, sometimes even at the risk of their own lives and wellbeing,” said Steven D. Strachan, executive director of WASPC. “We are pleased to work with our elected leaders to provide this wellness app to our state’s active and retired personnel and their families.”
Lexipol’s wellness solution includes the Cordico app, which provides anonymous access to on-demand and continuously updated videos, guides and articles on more than 60 behavioral health topics ranging from anxiety and depression to financial fitness to exercise and nutrition. Additionally, the app includes a complete range of self-assessments, information on local therapists who specialize in and have experience working with public safety personnel, and one-touch access to peer support team members and chaplains.
“This opportunity to provide first responders with strong wellness resources aligns perfectly with our mission,” says Lexipol Wellness Solutions President Dr. David Black. “We are excited for the new avenue this partnership creates to strengthen and support the wellness of law enforcement professionals in Washington state.”
Nearly 300 law enforcement, dispatch and corrections agencies across the state of Washington, including active personnel, retirees and family members of personnel, will gain access to the Cordico wellness app. WASPC member agencies can sign up for access to the app, joining hundreds of agencies and organizations nationwide served by Lexipol.