Your Oxygen Mask First podcast delves into the depths of mental health, physical health and fitness, wellness, professional development, and improving relationships for public safety professional or anyone who cares for others in a high-stress environment. Helping the Helpers! It may get heavy at times, but I promise we will all learn a lot and maybe have some fun in the meantime.

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Erin Yeung

Is a wife, mommy, student, a 9-1-1 Dispatcher since 2004, and became a
9-1-1 Dispatch Supervisor in 2013. She's a dreamer, fitness fanatic, and addicted to finding ways to make all aspects of wellness work for everyone.

My Mission

I would love to see everyone live the life they dream about! My life is crazy, messy, busy, but manageable. My goal is to help my friends, family, and strangers who I stumble across try to have it all by managing their life, fitness, time, self-worth and self-esteem, and overall wellness.


Sara Correll

I am a wife and a mother of 4 boys. In 2003, I lost a family member to suicide and in time, I wanted to help others in crisis before it was too late.

My Mission

After going back to school for counseling, and meeting a Green Beret Special Forces Operator/Delta Force Medic veteran, I learned that many veterans are suffering once they separate from the military, and are dying by suicide at an alarming rate. We lose 20-22 veterans a day to suicide. I am passionate about helping veterans know they can have purpose and meaning again in their lives after transition. Through hearing other veterans tell their stories, education and resources, veterans experiencing trauma will understand that their reactions are common and 'normal" due to the abnormal conditions they have experienced. Veterans can also understand that isolation is the enemy, and connecting with others is the way to new opportunities, finding the healing modalities that are a good fit, and finding hope on their journey to finding freedom from trauma.

Through the power of other veterans sharing their stories, they will see they are not alone. There is hope!