June 14, 2021- Airplane crash survivor Mike Jensen announces with the Trauma Intervention Program (TIP) that the program has been welcomed with open arms in the city of Long Beach, CA. The Trauma Intervention program , or TIP, trains volunteers to help people suffering from different types of trauma, including witnessing crimes and engaging in car accidents. The program is made up of a total of 18 branches across the country and the volunteers within the program work with police and fire departments to form partnerships called for to help victims, families and witnesses suffering from trauma.
Board member, and Founder of the top personal injury law firm-Avrek Law, Maryam Parman, shared her thoughts about the program’s commencement in Long Beach, “TIP is a program that benefits so many families. No one can ever prepare enough for a catastrophic accident – mentally or physically- and our team of volunteers at the Trauma Intervention Program are so helpful in helping victims navigate immediately after an accident. Mike has a unique story, and his story and recovery combined with the training he will receive as a TIP volunteer, will equip him to be able to assist others who may be victims of traumatic accidents.”
Parman also shared the importance of volunteers in the Trauma Intervention Program. She explained much like her law firm, Avrek Law, and their duty to fight for injured victims, it is important for us to protect and aid in our community when possible. The Trauma Intervention Program in Long Beach is just one way that the citizens of the city of Long Beach, CA can give back.