I Need Blue podcast
Turning around to see a masked man pointing a gun at me was just the beginning of a series of events, including robbery and abduction, that changed my life forever.
Trauma survivors need BLUE—to feel they belong and are loved, understood, and empowered. Knowing this, I offer survivors a safe place to share their lived experiences in my powerful podcast: I Need Blue.
~Your work is so empowering, helping other survivors in their journey of healing and taking back their lives. You bring everyone who participates, either by sharing or listening, into the light and that is a beautiful thing! -Lisa W
~Jen has a talent to get important messages out to help others become more aware of the survivors and warriors who have experienced and overcome the greatest challenges and situations in life. Her important work raises awareness so we can be a part of the solution and help those who need it most. - Lisa S
To help me cope with the robbery and abduction, I called 911 and received life-saving directions to help a hostage having a medical emergency. Law enforcement rescued us and caught the robber. Since our first responders face unique traumas every day, the I Need Blue podcast provides space for them too!
~Keep doing the work you are doing as it is indispensable in getting the word out about the importance of mental health within the first responder community! We are humbled to have been a small part of your success. One team, one mission! -Erika
WARNING: I Need Blue features graphic themes—including but not limited to violence, abuse, and murder—and may not be suitable for all listeners. Some episodes also contain themes that may be triggering. Please take care of yourself, and don’t hesitate to ask for help if you need it.
DISCLAIMER: Jen Lee and most podcast guests are not doctors, lawyers, mental health therapists, or social workers, and as such, they do not provide legal or medical advice. All statements and views expressed are solely their opinion based on lived experiences or training.