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Is someone you work with struggling with their mental health? Do they seem stressed? Are they acting differently—or is there something a little “off” in the way they’re behaving? Here are things you can do to offer support.

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As Leaders

Create a safe, supportive environment for those experiencing mental health challenges in the workplace.

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As Colleagues

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As Family & Friends

The events and experiences of being a first responder can impact everyone around them: spouses, kids, friends and other family members.

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Reach Out

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There are several organizations dedicated to supporting first responders and their families with mental health issues. Find out what resources are available to you.

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Resources

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These resources will give you a better understanding of mental health in the context of the experiences and pressures of first responders, as well as the broader population.

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