REBOOT First Responders is a 12-week, faith-based, peer-led course that helps first responders and their families heal from critical incident stress and trauma.
The practical tools and teaching found in this course are specifically designed for those within the law enforcement, fire, EMS, emergency communications, hospital emergency and corrections communities.
If you or someone you love is suffering from the stress of the front lines, the time is now to break free from trauma and change your life.
Join a REBOOT First Responders course and start your journey of healing.
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During these meetings we participate in anonymous, solution-based discussion and education regarding any work-related trauma and mental health challenge. We always refrain from ‘trauma-talk’ (call/patient details of any kind) as this may be a trigger to participants and is best discussed with healthcare professionals.
All First Responders, Law Enforcement Personnel, Correctional and Communications Officers, Members of Military, Healthcare and Child Protection Providers, Animal, Funeral and Judicial Service Workers along with any other profession which is exposed to work related trauma; be it career, retired or volunteer.
While an employer may be providing this meeting’s contact and location information as a resource they sanction, they are not directly affiliated with this meeting.
If you would like to learn more about our program, please get in touch!
Niki Breau Kavanagh - National Coordinator
The ACIPN is a peer led, peer driven support network of public safety personnel for public safety personnel, whose volunteers are trained in best practices and deliver support in accordance with ICISF standards.
The Alberta Critical Incident Provincial Network (ACIPN) will continue to be the entity that delivers peer support to public safety personnel in Alberta.
The psychological effects on these responders can have a large impact on their mental health.
This peer support network is a best practice approach to supporting public safety personnel build psychological resistance and resilience to what they are exposed to in their work.
Peers are the most effective front-line provider to meet the unique needs of this important and valuable
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