Get/Give Feedback

Hear what others have to say about their life-saving and life-changing stories and please share your feedback if you’ve ever met Scott and/or Jared or have been a participant in one of their presentations:

Responses to Jared Meeker’s 2018 Article in the NVFC Newsletter:

“I read your article, I am so proud of you. You are a leader and your heart and mind are where they need to be.”

“I just read your article in the NVFC web site. Thank you for sharing your experiences. You are helping all of us by doing this.”

“I just read your article on mental health. I would really like to take your class on how to help my firefighters in need. I hope you are doing well Chief, my heart goes out to you as well as all of the other first responders who are having trouble coping. Thanks again for your courage to talk aloud.”

“Nice work Chief, I am sure your story will help others across the country that are facing the PTSD issues.”

“Great article. I’m truly happy to hear that you’re progressing down your road to recovery.  Your story, as tragic as it is, will certainly help many others admit the fact that they’ve encountered stressful experiences, and should seek help to cope.”

“Your story is so incredibly powerful. While it doesn’t remove the trauma, I hope you’ve received an outpouring of support for such an insightful and moving article.”

“Thank you for your service and for spreading the word about mental health. Stay strong.”

“Amazing story!!! Prayers to you and your family, I know this can help many other people.”

“Thank you for your service and sharing your experience. Your story will touch more than you can ever imagine.”

“Sharing your story I’m sure has to be beyond difficult however I know that through this awful tragedy that you had to endure that you will help so many with PTSD.”

Feedback from Jared’s Behavioral Health Size-Up Class:
“I can’t thank you enough for taking the time to come into our firehouse and share so much of yourself with us. I was so moved by your presentation and could relate to so much of what you had to say.
 
I have no doubt that what you were saying was resonating throughout the room. It was silent, and you had their attention. Your words and experiences had an effect on me in many ways. 
 
It’s great to see your post traumatic growth. I know this all continues to be a struggle for you, but know you are making a difference. Know good is coming out of it all.”