First Responder Resources

Managing Stress and Anxiety

Managing Anxiet​y & Stress

The Effects of Trauma on First Responders

COVID-19 Guide: How to Manage Stress and Anxiety

CDC, WHO Present Recommendations for Dealing with Stress of COVID-19

Tips for Disaster Responders: Preventing and Managing Stress

Mental Health and First Responders: How Their Jobs Can Cause More than Just Stress

How Can First Responders Alleviate Stress?

First Responders: Behavioral Health Concerns, Emergency Response, and Trauma

COVID-19's Psychosocial Impacts

Burnout Signs and Symptoms

Physician Burnout - Common Symptoms

How to Recognize Burnout and Help Prevent it from Happening in Your Emergency Service Organization

Emergency Responders: Tips for Taking Care of Yourself

Burnout Among EMS Professionals: Incidence, Assessment and Management

Burnout Prevention

A Practical Solution to Address the Burnout Crisis Among First Responders

Trauma and First Responders: When the Helpers Need Help

How Emergency Responders can Protect against Burnout, Compassion Fatigue, and PTSD

Physician Burnout - 3 Signs and 3 Simple Prevention Steps


Self-Care and Applying Psychological First Aid for COVID-19 Responders

Self-Care is Critical for Managing Stress Levels in EMTs and Paramedics Responding to COVID-19

COVID-19 Responder Self-Triage

Self-Care Pocket Reference Guide for Emergency Response Deployment

Coping with Fatigue, Fear, and Panic During a Crisis

The Importance of Self-Care for First Responders Experiencing Burnout


Parent/Caregiver Guide to Helping Families Cope with the Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19)

Disaster Preparedness - Advice from a First Responder



Coronavirus and COVID-19: Caregiving for the Elderly

How to Talk with Your Older Parents about the COVID-19 Pandemic - and Have Them Actually Listen

"Do This for Me": How to Convince Older Loved Ones to Socially Distance

Caring for the Elderly During COVID-19

Employee Referral Program

Employees may need assistance dealing with personal and work-related problems that may impact their performance, health, mental and emotional well-being. Referrals are confidential and place employees in contact with off-site, independent professionals. The program covers assistance with issues such as stress management, addiction and recovery, parenting or eldercare support, and financial issues. Services under the Employee Referral Program are also available to family members. 

Employee Referral Booklet

Employee Referral Booklet contains information on the services provided.