What’s Your Emergency

WYE is the podcast that responds to all emergencies on and off the job.

Hosted ByJuston Schorr & Jason Hoschouer

WYE is the podcast that responds to all emergencies on and off the job. This podcast covers four core areas of life: Physical, Financial, Emotional, and Professional. Inside each of those cores lies four phases of an emergency: Education, Preparation, Response, and Recovery. Through each core, WYE will offer different perspectives on each phase. Industry and Subject Matter Experts will offer their guidance on how best to leverage possibility and maximize results in each of the four areas.


All Episodes

Robyn Mikel, Red HELP, Suicide, and the Stigma of Mental Health

WARNING: This episode contains descriptions of traumatic events involving children and discusses suicide. Listener discretion is advised. Red Help is an organization trying to bring awareness to Firefighter mental health and speak candidly about…

Filthy Pirate Dan Spencer talks Coffee and life after LEO

On the other end of the microphone this week is owner of , Dan Spencer. In addition to being a veteran, and retired Police Officer, Dan and his family followed their passion and now make some amazing coffee and tea combinations. And in addition they…

Justin is in the hospital, they think he had a stroke

Catchy title, right? This week the guys sit down to talk about their recent emergency, both from the patient’s (Justin’s) point of view and from the family members and friends learning of the event and what to do next. We discuss: What happened to…

Rebuilding after complete destruction – Lizz and Jamie Porter

Living in a beautiful mountain mining town in northern California certainly has its perks. The amazing scenery, the history of the little towns and old buildings scattered through the valleys, the old railroad stations…it can be an amazing life….

Laurent Rich returns to discuss Trauma

If you enjoyed last week’s explicit tag, this week won’t disappoint either! Therapist Lauren Rich returns to talk about trauma. Here’s what you’ll learn:   What trauma is and isn’t and why it’s so hard to tell Common signs we may see in…

Mental Health for Veterans and First Responders with Lauren Rich

WARNING: This episode contains explicit language and frank discussion of traumatic scenes and events some listeners may find inappropriate. Listener discretion is advised.​ This week, we talk with licensed Psycotherapist Lauren Rich…

Watch Your Six with Jonathan Parker

We’ve always talked about how important home life is as a first responder. Coming home safe can’t be your only goal and if you solely identify yourself as what you do for a living, it can make home life miserable not just for you but for everyone…

The River Fire took a family home – How you can help

In this episode, we talk about the #RiverFire and the sad news that MC’s sister-in-law and brother-in-law lost their home and everything in it. We reference our first episode where we discuss Disaster Planning, but, more importantly, we are asking for…

Adam Wills and the LEO2CEO Community

Everyone in the first responder family needs to be thinking about life after the job. Whether you’re a few weeks from retirement or looking at a full 30 years ahead of you, your thoughts need to be focused on being safe and what to do later. This week…