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First responder’s links and resources

The constant exposure to trauma and emergencies can lead to chronic stress, anxiety, depression, and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). Witnessing tragic events can deeply affect your emotional well-being, leading to difficulties in relationships, substance abuse, and even suicidal thoughts.

Websites/Resources

BC First Responders Mental Health

Offering positive mental health for first responders and their communities.

Article – Understanding Stress in Firefighters

Resource for Firefighters

Worksheets/Information Sheets

Coping Skills

The 4 Myths of PTSD and First Responders

Staying Emotionally Healthy

The 4 Myths of PTSD and First Responders

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