Emergency services personnel are truly valuable assets to every community and city. They enter into the worst situations, establish control, provide aid, and right the wrongs. The work of public safety is challenging and at times overwhelming. Being a first responder can take a significant toll on those who serve. Code Four: Surviving and Thriving in Public Safety is a survival guide for first responders. Designed to normalize what first responders face and to offer solutions, this book is written to teach public servants how to care for themselves and how to implement the necessary cultural changes to improve mental health in emergency services.
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Christine B. –
I highly recommend this book! It’s an important read for all first responders and for those who care about them. Dr. Tania Glenn escorts the reader through the unique challenges that first responders and their families face. Through the use of stories from her 27 years on the job, she highlights the problems and solutions she’s learned. Buy this book! Read it. Ingest it. It’s important. Let’s take care of each other. #suckitptsd
Mark Newsom –
I counsel first responders and they like reading this book.
If you are a first responder, veteran, or emergency department employee, please read this book. I read half while on shift and the other half donating blood. You can find time. It will change your outlook. It will change your perspective. Just. Read. It.