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Chapter 14 may be one of the most important chapters in this book. Firefighters deal with horrific accidents, health problems, fires, and other emergencies on a consistent basis at the station day after day. It takes its toll whether you can see it or not. It is our hope after you read this chapter, that you can more clearly see the abnormal signs of emotional health, and where to go to find help, if needed.

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We Recommend…..

  • For a full list of resources for those struggling with addictions, depression, PTSD, and more, visit www.247commitment.org/crisis.
  • EveryoneGoesHome.org has free trainings on many topics but in particular look at Initiative 13 and the Stress First Aid training.

More Articles From Our Online Resource Library

When a Firefighter is Irritable, Grumpy, and Disengaged When He’s Home

When a Firefighter is Irritable, Grumpy, and Disengaged When He’s Home

This article is so important because we’ve all been there yet so few admit it and talk about it. There is no shame in relating to this or even sharing this post. You never know who is suffering and needs these words. Let’s just start with these words straight from the...

Firefighters Feel

Firefighters Feel

One of our Facebook followers recently shared with us an emotional open letter to the fire service from her husband. We're sharing with you now, from Amy and Scott Pascu.  Thank you for sharing your heart and words.   We live in Ohio and our Local 330 has...