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We Want Your Survival Swim Self Rescue Stories

Does Survival Swim actually save lives? Some say no and others have stories to tell that say YES! If you...

Judah Brown Project Drowing Prevention Act graphic from Representative Steve Toth

Support HB67 to help save little lives

It is Now Law! On June 18, 2021, Governor Greg Abbot signed SB1588 (which contained the language of HB67) into...

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Get CPR, AED and First Aid Certified

Do you need CPR/First Aid certification? If you have children, you do. If you have any loved ones in your life, you do.  If you want to be able to help another person to survive if needed, you do. It’s not just a requirement to fulfill for specific jobs. 

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Congratulations, Jackie Schulz

We met Jackie in 2017 when we were doing a JBP garage sale to raise funds for survival swim scholarships....

Christi, Mark, Annette, and Greg Illiach posing for photo

Congratulations, Greg Illiach!

Greg is a public affairs officer with the Texas State Guard and dresses up as Captain America and visits children...

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Congratulations, Wendell Gragg

Wendell is our webmaster at Judah Brown Project and Judah’s grandfather (Papa). He is the man behind the scenes and...

Jean Pearson, ISR Instructor

Today these two cuties both fell off of our dock, fully clothed, cowboy boots and bike helmets and all. They...

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Amy Brittan

I was paralyzed with fear, unable to move. At that instant, I was consumed by thoughts of my daughter being stung by the multitude of jelly fish. It seemed like hours before she popped up to the surface, safely floating on her back, breathing normally.

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Nicole Friel

We were playing near the edge of the lake when Archer lost his balance, fell, and tumbled down a 3 foot embankment into the lake. My heart sank when I heard the splash, as I honestly did not expect him to roll all the way to the water. As I made it to the edge of the embankment and caught the first glimpse of my soggy toddler, he bellowed out "Mama!" There was my two year old, floating motionless on his back like a perfect starfish, just as he had practiced during each of his lessons at Swim•Float•Swim!

From Carey Pardee

...The pond came into view, and there was Saxon, not submerged on the bottom, but floating on her back on the surface of the water She was wearing overalls with a long sleeve shirt underneath.

JBP 3rd and 4th Grade Training

JBP 3rd and 4th Grade Training

This video will teach 3rd and 4th graders about how to stay safe from drowning. Drowning is the number 3...