Cordico Featured in Florida Fire Service Magazine

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Editor’s Note:  Cordico is featured in the August 2020 issue of Florida Fire Service Magazine.  The text of the article is listed below.  The digital version of the magazine can be downloaded here.

Cordico is the world leader in wellness technology for high-stress professions, providing trusted, confidential, 24/7 proactive and preventative wellness support specially developed for fire service personnel serving in the most demanding and critical roles.

Our customized, continuously updated wellness platform solutions provide handheld access to anonymous self-assessments, peer support, instructional videos, geo-mapping of vetted therapists, one-touch calling, and on-demand tools targeting alcohol abuse, anger management, anxiety, behavioral health, brain health and cognitive strength, burnout, childhood adversity, compassion fatigue, COVID-19 resources, critical incidents, depression, emotional health and survival, family support, financial fitness, goal-setting and achievement, grief and loss, healthy habits, heart health, injury prevention, intrusive traumatic images, major life events, marital guidance, mental toughness, mindfulness, nutrition, panic attacks, parenting tips, peak performance, physical fitness, physical therapist videos, posttraumatic stress, relationship success, resilience, sleep optimization, stress management, substance abuse, trauma, suicide risk and prevention, work-life balance, YFFR Yoga for First Responders® videos, and much more.

Five reasons fire chiefs want the CordicoFire solution:

• 24/7: Confidential Support for Your Department
• Ease of Use: In-Hand, On-Demand, Push-of-Button
• Best Quality: Most Comprehensive and Trusted Wellness Resources
• Customized: CordicoFire Strengthens YOUR Wellness Culture
• Innovative: Continuously Updated to Keep You Cutting-Edge

For more information contact:

Sam DiGiovanna

About the Florida Fire Chief Association

Since 1958, FFCA has served the chief fire executive of career, combination and volunteer departments. In 1993, the decision was made to open the membership up to any individual involved in fire and emergency services from the chief fire executive to the firefighter and to serve these members by establishing professional-interest sections where specialized programming is offered.

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