As you build your program, remember to include services to and for those who wait for the firefigters to return--wives, families and others close to them. these people, often overlooked, are also affected by what their firefighter does and experiences.
Rev. Dann Houghton
N. Douglas Fire and EMS, Oregon
Welcome to the Nation and I hope you get as much out of the interaction here as I have had. It's a great resource. While you are online, I'd also suggest checking out my blog, Firehouse Zen, over on the FireEMSBlogs network.
FHZ is a little different than the rest, as our discussion is supposed to remain civil and cerebral. As we say, "It's brain food for Mongo". So come on by and check it out and if you are on Facebook, you can "like" our page over there as well. Stay safe-
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Greetings from Hampton, VA!! Welcome to the Nation Father. There are alot of groups to join and discussions to be part of....Hope you have fun on here. Stay low and stay safe, and most important God Bless!