MENTAL HEALTH TRAINING
FOR 911 DISPATCHERS AND FIRST RESPONDERS
SPECIAL SUPPORT FOR OUR EDUCATORS
The mental and stress stability of our educators is vital. Their wellbeing is ESSENTIAL to us all. The onset of COVID-19 caused a sudden paradigm to shift in the standard learning environment. Therefore, Bridging The Gap Mental Health Services is offering stress management training to educators to minimize the effects of COVID-19. The training is two sessions but can be modified to fit your schedule. The mission is to restore, transform, and renew educators' passion to teach.
The vision of Bridging the Gap Mental Health Services is to enhance the working performance and mental stability of those who help others.
Bridging the Gap Mental Health Services provides training to enhance the psychological and physical lives of 911 Dispatchers and first responders. For emergency services personnel to efficiently help those in need, their mental health stability is important. To effectively serve the community, it is extremely important to focus on their mental stability. Not only is it important for the citizens they serve but it will help reduce the issue with the high turnover rate in the emergency service field and it will improve employee morale. The various services provided is targeted to help minimize the effects of the stress and excessive adrenaline the jobs of an emergency personnel demand.
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Unfortunately, due to the fact that 911 Dispatchers are not classified as first responders the funding available for agencies to provide mental health training is little to none. As a result, psychological issues are either overlooked or not addressed properly. With your help, we can be there for dispatchers in their time of need just like they are there for us when we need them. Thank for your support in making a difference.