Courageous Survival is an Idaho 501(c)(3) Non-Profit that has established Enhanced Peer Support Teams to further our mission of connecting Everyday Heroes and their families with resources for mental health and wellness as well as offer more in depth support. We have teams for:
Many agencies have their own peer support and employee assistance programs. Courageous Survival is committed to filling in the gap for agencies that do not have this resource, individuals who are no longer connected to an agency, or individuals who simply want a more discrete and anonymous place to connect. These peer support teams are made possible with the generous help from
Please note - the Courageous Survival Enhanced Peer Support Teams are NOT clinicians and are NOT specifically intended for crisis intervention.
Team members DO have training in Peer Support and Emotional First Aid for the Emergency Services Industry, ASIST suicide intervention training, and other emotional survival topics. Team members have additional training in resources, trauma recovery, and building resiliency.
To reach our Enhanced Peer Support Team, call 1 (866) CS4IDAHO opt. 1
If you are currently in crisis, please call 911 or refer to one of the crisis lines / resources listed on our resource page - they are selected specifically because they specialize in working with First Responders, Veterans, and their families. CLICK HERE
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