Status Code 4 Inc.
A 501(c)3 Non-Profit Organization
Text “BADGE” to 741741
Status Code 4 Inc. was created following the numerous reports of First Responder suicides across the United States and Canada. SC4I is in the unique position to intimately understand the stressors associated with being a First Responder. The results of these stressors contribute to a vast number of issues. These issues include depression, anxiety, PTSD, Compassion Fatigue, divorce, domestic violence, and substance abuse.
The mission of Status Code 4 Inc. (SC4I) is to provide trauma healing counseling and mental wellness educational services to First Responders and their family members. First Responders are civilian and military members who perform law enforcement, fire fighter, emergency medical, dispatch and other emergency services.
We envision a world where our first responders are strengthened through healthy leaders and a
network of friends, family, and professionals in a community that provides all the necessary supports to
build and maintain healthy mental resilience.
We are committed to providing outstanding, reliable service to Colorado’s first Responders and their family members.
We strongly value integrity and accountability. We believe that our degree of trustworthiness and integrity perceived by our customers is what earns the public’s high regard for our organization. This also reflects an alignment between what we say, what we do, and how we do it.
We acknowledge and honor the fundamental value and dignity of all individuals. We will strive to create and maintain an environment that respects diverse traditions, heritages, and experiences.
We are committed to responsible stewardship of our resources. This means we carefully use the time and talents of our employees and volunteers, and we spend wisely the funds invested in us.
We believe it is important to maintain sustainability in our operations through investing in our organization and the people who contribute to its success. This includes providing learning opportunities for volunteers and staff, as well as compensation and benefits that are adequate to sustain staff members and their families.
Provide trauma healing counseling services for individual and group therapy sessions for First Responders and their family members.
Work with the community to provide Psycho-education, Peer Support Training, and Resiliency Training.
Be an avenue to provide relevant information and reference material on demand.
Establish a center to offer residential intensive long-term treatment.