The U.S. Department of Veteran Affairs has released a toolkit for Veterans, their families, and friends to help them support those who might be struggling with emotional distress, crises, or thoughts of suicide on social media.
Take some time to read through the Toolkit and share it with others who you think could use it!
The IAFF Center of Excellence issued a recent article that discussed four factors to help support the spouses of paramedics. Being the spouse of paramedics can be extremely tough and these four pointers can help build harmonious and supportive relationships. The four pointers shared in the article are:
1) Loneliness Is to Be Expected
2) Sometimes, You'll Feel Like You Take a Backseat to Your Spouse's Crew
3) The Biggest Threats to Your Spouse's Health are Invisible
4) It's Okay to Ask for Help
To provide unique and specific treatment approaches to allow for a more stable future for the individuals we serve. From our inpatient care to our outpatient services, our continuum of care provides the mental health treatment necessary to move our population towards a more independent and normalized future. Whether it is a child, adolescent, or adult, it is our goal that they leave Austin Oaks with the tools to succeed.