911 Project Harmony

Film Premiere & Concert
at the Lobero Theater

September 8, 2024

In addition to our long-standing mental health programs 911 At Ease International has recently established a new program called, 911 Project Harmony, that offers first responders healing through song writing.

First responders are paired up with professional song writers to compose a song from their testimony. Healing from trauma begins as the first responder relates the challenges of layered trauma they have had to overcome personally and professionally.

Raw and beautiful songs are then composed as the song writers combine their talents with the hearts of those who selflessly serve and co-create songs that captures the emotions related to their service.

The songs are recorded for the first responders as a tool to continue their healing journey. We have also built an infrastructure by experienced and well-respected entertainment professionals who allow the songs to be vetted for release to the public if so desired. The result is a powerful healing experience for the first responders and their families, as well as an opportunity for the public to experience the hearts and values of those who selflessly serve their communities.


Filmed during the retreat which launched this program, this film features a rarely seen close-up view of the songwriting process, inspiration from real life first responder stories set to music, and it captures the impact this experience has on the song writers and first responders who participate. The film brings public awareness to the perils of first responder service while providing the audience with a unique look into the personal sacrifices made by those who serve. It speaks not only to those who work in trauma-based professions, but to anyone who has been through traumatic events in their lives. This film will be premiered September 8, 2024, at the Lobero Theater in Santa Barbara. Click here to purchase tickets.


911 At Ease International offers both three-day music healing retreats, and one-on-one sessions with musicians to provide venues for the music program. All venues include on-site trauma trained therapists for first responder support should the need arise.

Contact us to request for more information about how to get involved in this program.

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