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Northeast College and Crouse Health launch triage massage project for law enforcement

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The Triage Massage project, a new initiative launched in April 2024 by Nicole Miller of Northeast College of Health Sciences and Crouse Health, began offering support to law enforcement officers dealing with loss and trauma. This response followed the line-of-duty deaths of Syracuse Police Officer Michael Jensen and Onondaga County Sheriff Michael Hoosock, aiming to aid the affected officers and their departments in Onondaga County.

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Ten local massage therapists have volunteered for the project, providing crucial massage therapy services to the law enforcement community to help manage the stress and emotional strain of their duties. The initiative was sparked by recent local tragedies, emphasizing the ongoing need for supportive measures for first responders.

Nicole Miller and the participating organizations have extended an open invitation to additional massage therapists who wish to contribute to this compassionate cause, underlining their commitment to supporting the wellness of those who protect and serve the community.