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IAFF Local 1329
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  • FireFighter Behavioral Health

    Here you will find resources on behavioral health and wellness for you and your spouse.

    If you are struggling with post-traumatic stress, substance abuse or mental health issues, call the IAFF Center of Excellence 24/7 to get immediate help. Call 855-378-1546.

    You can also contact them online at https://www.iaffrecoverycenter.com/get-help-now/

    Your APFF has a Peer Support Team. Contact Dale Alexander at 817-219-2354 or dale.alexander@local1329.org

    APFF members may also reach out to our brothers and sisters in the Fort Worth Fire Department Peer Support Team. Use any of these contacts:

    • Brett Sanderson (FWFD Chaplain / Peer Support Coordinator) 817-229-5494
    • Jeremy Bishop (Local 440 Peer Support Coordinator) 817-602-7339
    • FWFD 24 Hour Emergency Chaplain      682-286-8932


    Jun 06, 2020
    Occasional anxiety is a normal part of life that most people experience from time to time. But when anxiety begins to interfere with one’s ability to function at work or home, it can cause long-lasting physical and psychological harm. Because of the intensely stressful nature of their work, fire fighters and paramedics may be susceptible to anxiety disorders. Some examples include generalized anxiety disorder (GAD), social anxiety disorder and panic disorder. For more information go here.
    Jun 06, 2020
    Traditionally, medical and physical fitness have been prioritized above emotional or behavioral fitness in the fire service. However, it’s clear from the aftermath of 9/11, Hurricane Katrina and other disasters that these priorities are now changing. Click the link above to find out more about IAFF Resources such as Peer Support Program, Resiliency Training, Online Recovery Meetings and links to other information.
    Jun 06, 2020
    On May 28, 2020 the IAFF Center of Excellence hosted a 1 hour online conference about Work Life Balance in the Fire Service. Here are some resources for firefighters and spouses on topics that were discussed.
    Mar 12, 2017
    The IAFF Center of Excellence for Behavioral Health Treatment and Recovery (IAFF Center of Excellence) is a one-of-a-kind treatment in-patient residential facility specializing in comprehensive care for professional fire fighters and paramedics struggling with post-traumatic stress, substance abuse and co-occurring mental health issues. It is an in-network provider with the CoA Health Insurance. Call the Center’s confidential hotline 24/7 to get immediate help. Call 855-378-1546


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