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Good looking site huh?
Stay Safe Brother
The success of the site is for each responder that knows of us to share that with as many others as possible. That way it will become common knowledge before an incident so we can be there for them when and if the bad call happens...
I look forward to seeing you on the site!
I have a son at UC Davis!
We started a site to provide stress support for responders. I am a trained trainer in CISM and we have others with even more training than I committed to one goal... that responders that need a place to vent, debrief or need stress counsel can join and get the help they need without feeling like they are seen as a "problem" to their peers.
The site is at:
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Please give it a look...