Training First Responders in Resilience to Improve Mental Health, Part 2 – December 5, 2019

 Several state bills could help improve firefighters’ mental health.

California’s fire season is becoming longer and more devastating. This is taking a toll on firefighters’ health. In yesterday’s North Bay Report, we dove into why first responders face higher rates of suicide and other mental health problems. In part two of that story, KRCB’s Adia White looks at possible solutions.

The National Alliance on Mental Illness North Bay suicide prevention hotline is 855-587-6373. That’s 855-587-6373. To listen to part 1 of this story, visit