Resources Tagged With 'Peer Support'
Nate McCoy: Determination to Win Pays Off

Nate McCoy found healing through Phoenix Society's World Burn Congress, and found a way to "give back" to the burn community.

Getting Back to Life Peer Support Personal Stories World Burn WBC Men's Stories
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Summit Focuses on Peer Support for Burn-Injured Firefighters

Peer support for burn-injured firefighters and their families was the topic of a 2-day summit held in Phoenix, Arizona, in January 2013. Representatives of the Phoenix Society’s Survivors Offering Assistance in Recovery (SOAR) program, the International Association of Fire Fighters (IAFF) Charitable Foundation, the National Fallen Firefighters Foundation (NFFF), and the University of Kentucky College of Social Work gathered to discuss the specific support needs of burn-injured firefighters and their families.

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The Power of Hope

Samuel Moore-Sobel shares his experience attending Phoenix World Burn Congress for the very first time.

Getting Back to Life Wellness Peer Support Phoenix WBC Survivor Stories Men's Stories Burn Support Magazine
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The Power of Peer Support

Peer Support Parent Child Resources Families and Friends Getting Back to Life Phoenix World Burn Congress
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What Do You Need to Start Your Own Support Group?

That support groups are helpful to people dealing with a broad range of life challenges, losses, and traumas is well documented. For burn survivors, finding a support group of people who understand the long journey back after a burn injury and who can therefore offer hope and direction in the process of recovery is a godsend.

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