Health Benefits and Issues for Veterans

November 23rd, 2021|Military|

Military veterans often put their lives on the line for their country, witnessing a wide range of scenarios that significantly affect their physical and emotional health. The aftermath of war and combat can result in lifelong health issues, which often require ongoing treatment. Although there [...]

Struggles with Addiction During the Coronavirus (COVID-19)

March 26th, 2020|Substance Abuse|

You have probably seen the news circulating about the type of person who may be more susceptible to the Coronavirus.  Among these: the elderly, those already suffering from health issues, and more recently, those on a particular medication. It is not hard to see why [...]

How To Handle The Holidays If You’re Newly Sober

December 4th, 2019|First Responders, Substance Abuse|

If you're newly sober, there are times when it is difficult to remain so - especially during the holidays. We understand. You are surrounded by friends and family partying or just enjoying a few drinks with dinner or during festivities. It is also a [...]

911 Dispatcher Stress- How to Recognize It and Support a Colleague

July 9th, 2019|First Responders|

A 911 dispatch room is a frontline service even though it is sometimes considered backroom work. The staff encounter people when they make that initial 911 call and listen to harrowing details over the phone. They have to get information from distressed folk and [...]

First Responder, Top Priority: Paramedic PTSD and Addiction

July 9th, 2019|First Responders, PTSD|

First Responder, Top Priority: Paramedic PTSD and Addiction Paramedics and Emergency Medical Technicians are in one of the highest-stress jobs in the world. Every day, these brave men and women are the first people called on in medical emergencies. They are under enormous pressure [...]

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