You can search for a peer support provider by geographic area, by personal characteristics (age, gender, rank, etc.), or by type of occupational stress or life stressors/experience.
Below you will see four boxes that represent the most typical problems for which first responders seek peer support. If you are
searching for someone to help you with one of these areas, going through the brief exercise below will allow Redline Rescue to
identify the peer support providers who have experience in that area. If you are searching for help with a different problem,
you can search for peer support providers with specialties in other areas by clicking on the "other problems or needs" button below.
Please start a new search.
(Please use the colored circles to select the video that suits you best, then press Save Selection. Should you need to adjust the Playback Speed, please use the arrows provided to speed them up or slow them down.)
Those who work in fire service might use alcohol or other mood-altering substances.
As you watch the videos, think about which video is most like your substance use at this time.
People express anger differently.
As you watch the videos, think about which video best describes the way you manage your anger at this time.
People react to and deal with trauma in different ways.
As you watch the videos, think about which video describes how you are dealing with recent or past traumatic events right now.
Sadness can lead to severe depression.
As you watch the videos, think about which video best describes your mood right now.
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