Katz, M. We understand the rigors of your job, and know what it takes to help. Learn More about our center. The IAFF Center of Excellence connects you to best-practice, evidence-based therapies delivered by clinicians who understand the types of trauma you experience on a day-to-day basis. Completely confidential treatment Center staff cannot discuss your treatment with anyone — your fire department, family or friends — unless given explicit permission by you. For this reason, fire fighters and paramedics are twice as likely as the general population to experience PTSD.
We in northern ky, started this program last fall. Going well, however any info we can get will aid us. More help is needed. I have 47 years as a volunteer firefighter not any paidyears. However we are all fighting the same problems. Thank you, Jerry.
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