ROCHESTER, NY, May 11th, 2020 – Bryx, a leading provider of first responder technology products, is selling t-shirts to raise awareness of mental health resources available to first responders. All proceeds will benefit The Code Green Campaign, a nonprofit organization dedicated to improving mental wellness for first responders and eliminating the stigma around discussing mental health.

Resources available specifically to first responders in need are listed on the back of the shirt, offering a reminder to firefighters, EMTs, law enforcement, and other rescue personnel that they are not alone, and there is help available.

The fundraiser runs through May 28th with shirts available in light and dark grey, light and royal blue, and pink. To purchase a $19.99 t-shirt and help raise awareness, please visit

About Bryx, Inc.
Headquartered in Rochester, NY, Bryx is an employee-owned technology company and a trusted leader in reducing emergency response times. Their data-driven team develops innovative technology that helps firefighters, paramedics, and other first responders work faster, smoother, and smarter. The company’s free Bryx 911 mobile app and robust Bryx Station alerting system offer unrivaled alerting, messaging, and communications tools for first responders. Both simple and powerful, Bryx’s patented and data-driven solutions are proven to save time where time matters most. For more information, visit

About The Code Green Campaign
The Code Green Campaign is a first responder oriented mental health advocacy and education organization. Also known as Code Green, they serve all types of first responders, including firefighters, EMTs, paramedics, dispatchers, police, corrections, air medical, and search and rescue. Its name is a combination of the color for mental health awareness (green) and the “code alerts” used in emergency services. If someone is having a stroke or heart attack, first responders will call a “code stroke” or “code STEMI.” The idea is that Code Green is calling a code alert on the mental health of first responders. For more information about The Code Green Campaign, please visit