Peer support teams provide critical services to public safety professionals. A well-resourced and trained peer support team can help personnel process stressful and traumatic events, build resilience, develop healthy habits, and address personal financial and relationship challenges. In turn, the services a peer support team provides can enhance employee job satisfaction and retention.
Structuring, training and resourcing a peer support team involves important considerations. In this checklist, we cover five critical areas essential to the success of peer support teams. Download your copy now to evaluate your team structure and identify next steps.
Whether you're just forming your team or have used peer support for many years, this checklist provides valuable information to ensure you're on the right track when it comes to supporting your personnel.