September 5 - 11
Suicide Prevention Week is intended to reduce the stigma around mental health and promote suicide prevention awareness. This year, we are proud to follow the Mental Health America 2021 campaign, Tools 2 Thrive. We have added our own unique connection to wildland fire to help you use and relate to the tools. Our intent is to provide information that will assist you and the people in your life with tools and encouragement for good mental health and a balanced life.
Questions?  Please contact:
Mental Health Subcommittee
Make the daily newsletters a part of your morning briefings.  Talk about them with your crew or coworkers.  And print and post them for others to read.  The five minutes you spend each day reading these pieces, and sharing them widely, could be the difference someone needs and the messaging they didn’t know they needed until you shared it.
Suicide Prevention Week – Day One
Connecting to Others
Owning Your Feelings
Adapting After Trauma and Stress
Accepting Reality
Plan Your Actions and Plan your Healthy Routine
Suicide Prevention – Changing the Story
National Wildfire Coordinating Group
Our mission is to provide national leadership to enable interoperable wildland fire operations among federal, state, local, tribal, and territorial partners.  NWCG operations standards are interagency by design; they are developed with the intent of universal adoption by the member agencies.  However, the decision to adopt and utilize them is made independently by the individual member agencies and communicated through their respective directives systems.
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