Airdrie Peer Support

Airdrie Professional Firefighters Association | Airdrie Fire Department

I'm an Airdrie Firefighter - Who is available and how do I reach them?

Airdrie Firefighters are supported by a group peers who are certified through the International Critical Incident Stress Foundation to provide Peer Support through Critical Incident Stress Management. Currently the team is made up of 10 members who are members of the Alberta Critical Incident Response Network

This webpage exists to provide members of Local 4778 access to their Peer Support Team and other resources to support mental health.

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Peer Support Contact info:

Phone numbers and individual emails:

Health information can be found on our website;

But your 2 primary emergent best points of access to mental health assistance outside of 9-1-1 are:

WGM Psychology visits can be covered by the EAP PROGRAM. Peer Support can walk you through this process. FSEAP will cover 5 appointments to start, and the Association will also provide support when all other grants are exhausted. If financing for you or your family is ever a problem in any aspect for this, please speak to a member of your elected Board or the Peer Support Team as we sometimes have access to programs that you may not be aware of.


In addition to those two we also have:

3. Calgary Counselling Centre• 403.691.5991 (24/7)

4. Calgary Distress Centre•  403.266.HELP (4357) (24/7)

5. Diakanos Retreat Society

More info is on our website, and is updated as information changes or new information becomes available.

If you have any questions about managing mental health issues, please reach out to your union steward or any member of the department who you are comfortable with.