NAFFVN supports the International Critical Incident Foundation as a First Step Tool.  Click Here For more info and read Jeff Mitchel's dialogue on the 7 step process for a critical debrief. 

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FIRST RESPONDER 24 hour CRISIS LINE   -  1-888-731-FIRE (3473)


Depression, Suicide Risk, Drug Addiction, Anxiety, Stress, PTSD, Relationship Problems, Work Related Concerns, Psychological issues.


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NAFFVN ALONG WITH AMERICAN ADDICTIONS CENTERS AND THE NATIONAL VOLUNTEER FIRE COUNCIL have teamed up to provide 24/7/365 crisis coverage to support you on the front lines of your community. Use the number. It could save your life.  CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFORMATION

 
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Click Here to download a poster presentation on mental health and safety from
American Addictions Centers and the Nationla Volunteer Fire Counsel.


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Removing The Stigma of Mental Illness



Grieving Behind the Badge program for firefighters/EMS, police and correctional officers, emergency dispatchers, their families,


 

They can help you get back to the job or to a new beginning and quality of life with the tools necessary to master critical incident stress.

 


 

Stephanie Conn, Registered Clinical Counsellor, R.C.C., specializing in issues affecting emergency services personnel. Former law enforcement officer and CISM peer support.  Vancouver B.C.

 



Diakonos Retreat Society




West Coast Trauma Retreat




Everyone Goes Home


First-Class Firefighter Resource

 


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