First Responders Appreciation Day May 2 2019
Sponsored by the Tri-County Board of Recovery and Mental Health Services
with funding from OACBHA, RxALI, NAMI Darke, Miami and Shelby Counties
On behalf of the Tri-County Board of Recovery and Mental Health Services; the mental health and addictions services providers; those in recovery now and in the future; and the citizens of Miami, Darke and Shelby Counties…
We take this day to say THANK YOU for all you do to hold the line against addictions, for keeping our communities safe, and supporting our most vulnerable populations at the time of their most critical need.
We offer these small tokens of appreciation, and more importantly our support and concern for you and your loved ones. The toll of responding to repeated emergencies can be a heavy one. We hope you will accept the information and support we offer in the spirit with which it is given—with gratitude and appreciation for the personal sacrifices you make every day to help our communities thrive.
Mark McDaniel, Executive Director
Terri Becker, Associate Director
Tri-County Board Staff
Honoring and supporting the men and women on the front lines of our community’s fight against opioids and other addictions
Featuring Captain Dan Willis, La Mesa (CA) Police Department, Author of “Bulletproof Spirit—The First Responder’s Essential Resource for Protecting and Healing Mind and Heart”
More upcoming training opportunities for Fire/EMTs