Please Donate to Help Humboldt First Responders
Words cannot express the magnitude of what has happened in Humboldt, Saskatchewan. It is unimaginable to think of what the First Responders confronted and its imperative that we are there for them in their time of need.
EnergyNow.ca would like to make our subscribers aware of the tema.ca website. Tema has earmarked $250K to help the Humboldt- involved First Responders recover. This fund will provide ongoing psychological help to First Responders who deal with the challenges faced with coping with day-to-day life after attending such a horrific incident. The images one sees while tending to such a scene can cause permanent psychological damage if not treated properly.
Thank you to volunteer firefighter District Chief Mark Raines of the Drayton Valley Brazeau County Fire Services, Station 2 in Breton, Alberta for bringing this fund to the attention of EnergyNow.ca
Renée Jarvis is president of the Canadian Critical Incident Stress Foundation, a national organization that supports first responders involved in traumatic events.
“Unfortunately there is never a magic eraser that will erase any of these visions or memories that we deal with,” she said.
“The challenge in the coming days, weeks, months, maybe even years is just trying to find a way to process it and to be able to comprehend what has happened and know that they did the best that they could at that particular time.”
To help our First Responders cope with this tragedy Donate HERE