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PEER SUPPORT TRAINING

Our organization recognizes the growing importance of mental health in the United States and Canada.

 

As emergency services are increasingly acknowledging the impact of the job on mental well-being, we understand the significance of providing training and support in this area.

The stresses faced by fire service members, EMS, and law enforcement throughout the course of their careers can have a cumulative impact on mental health and well-being. This is particularly true for those conducting funeral services/honor guard duties. 

 

We strive to promote resiliency among our Honor Guard family by destigmatizing mental health, educating on early detection of burnout and stress reactions, emphasizing self-care, encouraging use of peer support, and connecting with resources as needed. 

 

Peer support programs  have proven to be a crucial component in addressing mental health challenges in the emergency services. Therefore, our organization is committed to prioritizing and emphasizing this type of training.

 

We are dedicated to continuously placing mental health training at the forefront of our efforts to ensure the well-being of our emergency service personnel.

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ProgramMission Statement

"To Empower Our Members To Combat The Inherent Behavioral Health Stressors That Threaten Their Careers And Lives."

OUR PEER SUPPORT EDUCATORS

It's not the load that breaks you down, it's the way you carry it.

- Lou Holtz

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