8/12/22 | Oil City News, Casper, WY
Casper City Council authorized an agreement with Lexipol for the city to access and utilize the Cordico wellness app. Services will be available to all employees, who will remain anonymous should they choose to utilize them.
8/8/22 | NBC-KNDO-KNDU, Umatilla, OR
“Making the health and well-being of our personnel and their families a top priority, in turn assures we are better prepared and equipped to provide the best service to the community as a whole,” said Umatilla County Sheriff Terry Rowan.
3/22/22 | ABC 47 WMDT, Salisbury, MD
The Delaware State Police are using the Cordico wellness solution to give officers more resources to protect and serve to the best of their abilities, an effort that the National Alliance on Mental Illness calls “forward-thinking.”
3/18/22 | Fox 40 WICZ, Vestal, New York
Vestal Police partnered with Cordico to launch a customized, confidential wellness app to address mental health challenges. The app will be available to police personnel, their families, and the public.
3/18/22 | International Public Safety Association
Law enforcement leaders are increasingly realizing the need to equip and train their personnel to emotionally cope with the challenges of a job that society continues to redefine. Smartphones are a powerful tool in offices safety and wellness, and Cordico plays a leading role.
2/8/22 | WHAM ABC-13, Rochester, NY
Rochester Police Department announces its new wellness and resiliency unit, intended to help police address their overall well-being. A key part of the approach: Officers can use the Cordico app to take assessments, and then message the wellness team to access different services, including therapists.
12/12/21 | UP Matters, Michigan
The Michigan Department of Corrections will provide a wellness app to employees, their family members and retirees to address mental health. The MDOC says they will use the technology to help personnel build resilience and avoid negative long-term effects of job-related stress.
12/1/21 | Police Chief Magazine, International Association of Chiefs of Police
Effectively connecting agency personnel with the mental health services they need, when needed and in a discreet manner, has always been a major challenge for police chiefs and their departments. Cordico was designed specifically for police and other high-stress professions to do just that.
9/30/21 | Post-Gazette, Pittsburgh, PA
Providing police officers and other first responders with the means to take better care of their mental and emotional states can only enhance both their wellbeing and, by extension, the public’s.
9/9/21 | Trib Live, Pittsburgh, PA
Pittsburgh partnered with Cordico to develop an app for the city’s fire and police personnel. The app will help those who respond to similar traumatic events assess their wellness, determine if they need help and direct them how to get that assistance.
6/1/21 | KWCH TV Wichita, KS
The sheriff’s office announced their partnership with Cordico to benefit personnel, their families and retirees
4/1/21 | KLEW TV Lewiston, ID
Pullman Police Chief Gary Jenkins explains how and why his agency worked with Cordico to provide wellness resources to their officers.
1/21/21 | Wild Rivers Outpost
Police Chief Richard Griffin dropped the bravado he said is expected of law enforcement when he asked City Councilors for a tool that would help, not only his officers, but their families.
1/5/21 | San Antonio Express-News
First responders across Bexar County will have an app they can turn to anonymously to find the mental and physical health resources they need.
June 2020 | Police Chief Magazine (see page 62-63)
Officer wellness is a top priority for the policing profession as a whole. Cordico, Inc., based in Gold River, California, uses personalized solutions in mobile technology to help enhance officer wellness.
4/8/20 | San Francisco Office of the Mayor
The City and County of San Francisco is partnering with Cordico to provide a customizable wellness application for use by all city first responders. The app will connect employees to newly expanded city mental health resources and existing resources within each department.
12/21/19 | Associated Press
The Maui Police Department is the first in the state to try out the technology that offers information on mental health issues and contains contacts for mental health providers, such as psychologists and licensed clinical social workers.
October 2019 | Police Executive Research Forum – Critical Issues in Policing Series (see page 49)
In addition to online tools, mobile apps are another way to improve access to mental health support and resources. Cordico offers wellness apps for law enforcement officers, firefighters, and other first responders.
10/3/19 | KRCR ABC 7 Eureka, CA
“Officer safety should be holistic. It isn’t just about body armor, weapons, and tactics but also about overall well-being including resiliency, physical, mental, social, spiritual, financial, and emotional wellness. This mobile app will provide our members with continuous private and confidential access to mental health and wellness help and support.”
9/4/19 | Firehouse.com
CordicoFire gives firefighters powerful, on-demand tools targeting critical incidents, depression, insomnia, marital problems, trauma, suicide risk, and much more.
7/26/19 | KRON 4 San Francisco, CA
Learn how Cordico has helped Chief Neil Gang implement a leading officer wellness program within his police department.
7/21/19 | California State Firefighters’ Association
Cordico will provide CSFA with training on firefighter stress, behavioral health and psychological survival as well as opportunities and educational resources.
7/18/19 | Law Enforcement Today
“We must have a call to action, a paradigm switch; where innovative, action-focused, problem solvers take a stand to focus on solutions and not just address, or raise awareness, to the problem. We need partners who are willing to make a concerted effort in creating a culture of wellness within our organizations.”
7/9/19 | WIBW Channel 13 Topeka, KS
Learn how Sheriff Kenneth McGovern provides the Cordico wellness apps for all law enforcement, firefighters, and other first responders in Douglas County, KS.
6/27/19 | Police1
Chief Neil Gang explains his agency’s 7-point approach to officer wellness and how the CordicoShielf app is an integral part.
6/1/19 | Firehouse Magazine
“As I dug into Cordico, I learned that the technology allows for both anonymous and confidential access. It is a completely confidential app—no one knows that your personnel are using the app or what they are doing with it. That’s a big deal for today’s firefighters, fire officers, and all of us.”
4/30/19 | SFGate
Pinole Police Chief Neil Gang has announced plans to provide the Cordico Wellness App, which provides mental health resources via smartphone and can be used to find a therapist, available to his officers.
Spring 2019 | California Police Chief Magazine
Chief John Carli explains how he is using the CordicoShield app to strengthen the wellness culture of his agency.
2/20/19 | Daily Herald
Law enforcement agencies nationwide are looking for a strategic solution to strengthen officer wellness. Chief John Carli of the Vacaville Police Department recently launched a customized wellness app within his agency, which led to him receiving two nominations for the Best of California Awards.