Our Ecosystem

Our ecosystem is a group of resources both for profit and non-profit organizations dedicated to supporting first responders.

Our ecosystem works together to provide information, services and a 360 degree of support for our nation’s first responders.

Contact OneGoat to be introduced to organizations in our ecosystem or to be included in our ecosystem.

Neurofeedback is a clinically proven approach to holistic mental health care. At Braincode Centers, we use neurofeedback therapy in conjunction with a number of other research-based treatments to help clients take control of their symptoms and re-train their brain to operate the way it needs to. Everyday stress, mental health disorders, and brain injuries are just a few of the factors that can wreak havoc on your neural pathways. Brain mapping, the first step in the neurofeedback process, allows us to identify areas in the brain that are not functioning at their peak. We use this information to develop a customized neurofeedback treatment plan that features tailored protocols to strengthen those specific areas of the brain – just like you strengthen muscles in the gym. Our non-invasive approach to build awareness helps you lead your best life.

Revital Colorado is here to bring a proactive approach to serving those who serve us. We provide support and encouragement through a variety of services that revitalize mind, body, and spirit to our Frontline.

Code-4 Counseling was founded by husband and wife team Dr. Sara and Chief Nick Metz. From early on in her career, Dr. Sara’s area of focus quickly became the trauma suffered by first responders and she began to study and develop methods to help the individual, couples and their families. Retired Chief of Police Nick Metz led agencies in Seattle and Colorado with special attention to leadership development and wellness programs.

The Aurora Police Spouse’s Association (APSA) is a non-profit organization whose purpose is to provide resources and support to our sworn members of the Aurora Police Department and their spouses. The APSA is a non-profit charitable organization that provides educational, financial, health, connection, and wellness resources for our members and their families. The purpose of the APSA is to support the spouses of Aurora Police Officers and their families. APSA often also extends their support to families of our fallen heroes, Denver Metro area first responders, and our military heroes and their families.

Beyond the Badge, LLC. brings this support to departments and agencies that do not have spouses who are able or willing to invest in such a time-consuming task of building and maintaining a family support group.  In the current climate, it is difficult for departments to set themselves out from other departments when attracting new and lateral officers.   Providing a family support group sets your department out from others to assist with recruiting and retention.  Beyond the Badge provides tools to build Officer and family resilience, a toolbox for tragedy, and support to survive this calling. 

Colorado Fallen Hero organizes memorial services for sworn law enforcement officers at the request of and to the extent the agency and family desires.

Creating Mental Wellness Through Experiential Psychiatry. We are dedicated to empowering meaningful positive change in the lives of our patients suffering from depression, anxiety, and other mental health conditions. Using a combination of cutting-edge, evidence-based therapies, we create a customized treatment plan designed to meet your mental health needs.