We Focus On Our First Responders’ Safety And Wellness
The 100 Club of Illinois is excited to provide ongoing training opportunities to active duty first responders and departments. Wellness First training programs are coordinated with subject matter experts and scheduled by the Club. We strive to provide a series of ongoing training covering a variety of topics including CIT; Peer Support; Department Wellness Initiatives; Individual Wellness and more. Our goal is to empower first responders to take the initiative for safety and wellness to perform their duties at their best capacity.
Upcoming FIRST RESPONDER TrainingS and events
FAMILY DAY ON ICE
2023 VALOR NOMINATIONS
Redzovic Jiu-Jitsu for First responders
Did you miss out on a previous First Responder Wellness First webinar? Watch training videos of previously recorded events.
STANDARD TRAININGS LED By 100 club of illinois
BUILDING A STRONG FAMILY UNIT
Informational and engaging session that provides family members a deeper understanding of the stressors that come with the first responder lifestyle and offer tips and strategies to support optimal family dynamics.
Wellness as an operations plan
Wellness overview with a performance lens. The purpose is to understand an individual’s and their peers’ wellness goals and needs, discover support systems and red flags, and empower participants to bring back a dialogue of first responder wellness in their department and/or peer support communities.
Line of Duty/ Critical Incident Policies and Protocol
Walk through steps to best prepare for and respond to a critical incident line of duty death or injury. Considerations for the first 24 hours, 48 hours, week, and beyond will be offered along with recommended guidelines and suggested policies and procedures for providing and effective and thorough response. Work through sample procedures to customize for your department’s needs and talk through unique factors or specifications for your agency.
starting a peer support program
This training provides a check-list of program considerations, peer support program roles, and available resources to help build your peer support program. Walk away with networking and collaboration opportunities with other peer support programs, providers, and trainers.