Your support goes to fund the efforts of the Nevada Peer Support Network. Your support helps us to provide resources (i.e., incident support services, training/education/classes, culturally competent clinicians, and safe space for critical incident debriefs) to first responders (i.e., law enforcement, firefighters, EMS, military, dispatchers, hospital professionals, and veterans) in Nevada and California.
In 2022, we've accomplished:
Opening the First Responder Resiliency Center and served over 844 people.
On-site clinicians provided 376 hours of care to first responders.
Normalizing mental health, breaking down barriers, and stigma through education and training for 913 first responders across the state of Nevada.
Creating a community of support through on-going peer support and training with 172 attendees.
Expanding the peer support network by training 47 new peer support members in collaboration with Washoe County Sheriff's Office.
Building a stronger, more resilient community that can adapt to stressors and maintain psychological well-being through over 100 different wellness offerings (i.e., yoga, mindfulness meditation, sleep class) and 369 attendees.
Offering spiritual support to first responders through Chaplain training and services with 143 attendees.
Provided space for numerous critical incident debriefs and processing groups.
Purchased and outfitted a new rehab/canteen incident response unit that will respond in support of the first responders on-site at major incidents in the community.
Your support will further our efforts in 2023 and beyond.