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What Are The 5-Year Organizational Guidelines to Developing A Comprehensive Crisis Management Program?

The Canadian Critical Incident Stress Foundation is committed to assisting organizations in the development of their Crisis Management Programs by providing a framework, consisting of a series of recommendations and guidelines, with an increasing level of complexity over 5 years.

Organizational guidelines are critical in helping organizations build their capacity to change and achieve greater effectiveness by developing, improving, and reinforcing strategies, structures, and processes. The organization guidelines help support continuous change that enables organizations to improve gradually, by making small, incremental changes.

If you would like us to help you develop, restructure, or improve implementation of your Crisis Management Program,
please contact us here.

Organizational Training

The CCISF is proud to offer virtual independent learning for first responders, families, and organizational leaders. This series of courses offers consistent, comprehensive, and engaging training designed for organizations. The Training Hub will over general courses, as well as advanced courses on resiliency, wellness, peer support, leadership, and more. Rolling it out is easy, economical, and efficient. Select one individual course or build a package to suit your needs.

More information about our training programs can be found here.

Supporting Your Members Through Trauma

Through two of the CCISF's initiatives, Camp F.A.C.E.S. (Family and Children of Emergency Services) and Camp F.A.C.E.S. PTSD Family Retreats, we support members and their families diagnosed with PTSD and those families who have lost a loved one suddenly, through line of duty death (LODD), or suicide. Camp F.A.C.E.S. helps to build connections with others who share similar experiences, provide support to families and their children, foster development of new social relationships, reduces a sense of isolation, and provides a unique opportunity for families to support themselves and others, all in a safe and supportive environment.

Sharing of Resources

Emergency Services and mental health strategies are ever-changing. The CCISF is committed to supporting organizations and individuals through access to resources and information, addressing their needs by utilizing the most effective, current and efficient information and sources available. From structured policies, procedures, protocols, and guidelines, to recommended practices and keeping your team motivated, the CCISF is here to help.

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