May 13, 2019 | View as webpage
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Dear EfficientGov Subscriber,
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May is Mental Health Awareness Month. This week's member news focuses on mental health resources for public safety departments.

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Andrea Fox, Editor
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How Public Safety Departments Can Do Annual Mental Health Checks
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By PoliceOne
Law enforcement professional Booker Hodges addresses why eliminating the stigma of mental illness within public safety starts at the top.
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Team Leaders, Peers Can Encourage First Responder Mental Health Counseling
Public safety can take steps to erase the stigmas associated with receiving mental health counseling.
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7 Steps to Address First Responder Mental Health
These steps can help prepare for, decompress and recover from the mental health impacts of disaster relief.
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