Province launches review of Alberta WCB

 

NAFFVN/ First Responder Support Network Alberta are pleased to see the current NDP Government start a review of Alberta WCB and the Presumptive PTSD legislation as it impacts first responders in law fire and ems in the province.  We continue to advocate as an NGO with our Veterans Voice being listened to in Alberta.  View the video announcement Click Here

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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Removing The Stigma of Mental Illness

Dr de Blois uses Mindfullness Training along with Equine Assisted Therapy.click the link below to view her web site and view her extensive credentials. She is a highly certified Trauma Informed Clinician.


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Station House’s residential program is designed to help first responders overcome substance addiction. The program is exclusive to first responders.



“If you have no capacity for violence then you are a healthy productive citizen: a sheep. If you have a capacity for violence and no empathy for your fellow citizens, then you have defined an aggressive sociopath—a wolf.


 

 

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.

 



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