IAFF Peer Support (Pre-Conference Training)

Augustus B Turnbull Conference 555 West Pensacola Street, Tallahassee, United States

Join us for an in person IAFF Peer Support class. ​​After completing the training, peers will have the knowledge and skills to provide support to members, have a basic understanding of common behavioral health issues affecting first responders, be able to serve as a bridge to community resources or behavioral health treatment when indicated, and

Virtual – IAFF Peer Support Training

After completing the IAFF Peer Support Training, participants will have the necessary knowledge and skills to provide support to their peers; educate brothers and sisters about behavioral health issues such as PTSD and resilience; serve as a bridge to behavioral health programs and community resources; and build or enhance their peer support programs.

Virtual Peer Support Training

After completing the IAFF Peer Support Training, participants will have the necessary knowledge and skills to provide support to their peers; educate brothers and sisters about behavioral health issues such as PTSD and resilience; serve as a bridge to behavioral health programs and community resources; and build or enhance their peer support programs.

Virtual Resiliency Training

The IAFF Resiliency Training is focused on building individual and organizational resilience. Through a combination of self-assessment, didactic instruction, group discussion, and video, participants will learn essential factors that contribute to personal resiliency and gain practical stress management skills to be applied on and off the job. Registration closes on 5/13.

Virtual Peer Support Training

After completing the IAFF Peer Support Training, participants will have the necessary knowledge and skills to provide support to their peers about behavioral health issues such as PTSD and resilience; serve as a bridge to behavioral health programs and community resources; and build or enhance their peer support programs. Registration closes 5/27.

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This product was supported [in part] by grant number H79FG000149 from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA). The content does not necessarily reflect the views or polices of SAMHSA or the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS).