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April 27, 2015
We Will Never Forget

   Worcester 6     

December 3, 1999

     FDNY 343 

      September 11, 2001


 * Critical Incident Stress Management, or C.I.S.M., is an intervention protocol developed specifically for dealing with traumatic events.  It is a formal, highly structured and professionally recognized process for helping those involved in a critical incident to share their experiences, vent emotions, learn about stress reactions and symptoms and given referral for further help if required.  It is not psychotherapy.  It is a confidential, voluntary and educative process, sometimes called 'psychological first aid'.

The following trained Cambridge Fire Department Members make up the C.I.S.M. Team and are available at all times: 

FF Kurt McLaughlin (617) 592-8187

FF Darron Smith (857) 939-8556

Diane Moran (781) 632-0401

Refer to CFD Standard Operating Guidelines (S.O.G. #33) for further information


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