Coping Strategies for LEOs and First Responders

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Coping Strategies for LEOs and First Responders

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First Responders, by nature of the job, daily charged with helping people through their worst moments and traumatic events. Some might say that first responders should be able to handle it, after all, they signed up for the job. But first responders, just like the rest of us, are human. No one can ever really be prepared to handle stress like that on a day after day after day after day basis. In order to help out first responders, the CDC created this website with information on how to deal with the usual stress of the job plus the new issues and problems that 2020 has decided to throw at us. I thought it important to include here, not just for posterity, but the more places this information is posted, the more available and easily accessible it is for someone who may need it, but not know where to look.

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This item was submitted on September 13, 2020 by Ashley Pierce using the form “Share Your Story” on the site “A Journal of the Plague Year”:

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