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In September 2019, the Legislature amended Section 504.019(b) and added Section 504.019(c) in House Bill 2143.  For injuries occurring before September 1, 2019, the former provisions remain applicable, but for any injury claimed on or after September 1, 2019, the new law applies

FIREHOUSE.com features a story regarding Chronic Stress and Cancer from August 1, 2019 entitled "Behavioral Health: Does Chronic Stress Promote t

Emotions are often triggered unexpectedly. What happens in the next few seconds following a trigger determines the difference between whether an individual will react or respond. A reaction typically provokes more reactions that seem to have no end.

Over time, exposure to danger, chaos and tragedy can cause stress which takes a toll on first responders’ mental and physical health.

Empowering public safety workers to achieve lifelong wellness.