"AFM has ignited a culture of health that literally saved my life."
Fireman with 10 years of service
Providing direct intervention for the 22,000 Veterans of Coweta and Fayette County.
Providing First Responders with care when they hurt and support to help those they serve.
30% of the participants AFM trains come from the First Responder Community. These are the individuals that will have contact with Veterans and others at risk that we will never know about. AFM offers Fire and POST approved CE credit for First Responders that increases the resilience of those who serve those who are hurting and at risk.
"L3 is the best training I have attended in my 30 year career in law enforcement."
Michael Reynolds, Assistant Chief of Police, Riverdale, GA
Send us an email today and let's talk training or call Ken direct at 678-283-4293
Call 911 or the Georgia Crisis and Access Line
Build rapport. Show compassion. Listen without judgment and in a calm voice ask,
"Are you thinking of suicide?"
Any change in circumstances can put a person at risk. Show concern, listen without judgment and ask the suicide question.
Secure the means of harm and contact a qualified counselor or call the Georgia Crisis and Access Line for a referral.
Suicide is a normal thought in difficult circumstances. 1 in 20 people have such
thoughts every year. Compassion is key.
As available we go where we can when called.
We also provide consultation and coaching for community members concerned about a risk.