To assess and respond to unmet needs of the greater Tucson firefighter community by facilitating access to health and wellness resources, while recognizing the firefighting heritage and culture.
The Greater Tucson Fire Foundation financial status remains positive. Remaining in line with primary mission of firefighter health and
Mission: To assess and respond to unmet needs of the greater Tucson firefighter community by facilitating access to health and wellness resources, while recognizing the firefighting heritage and culture.
The Greater Tucson Fire Foundation begins the 9th year of serving the region’s fire service family. Our ALL
TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) – Helping others was second nature for Jose Salmaniego, until he was the one who needed the help.
“(He was) so selfless. He was so laser focused on helping other people,” his wife, Serena Salmanego, explained.
He was a loving husband, a devoted
PHOENIX – A new study reveals that Arizona emergency medical technicians’ a 39 percent greater risk of suicide than the general public.
Researchers from the University of Arizona College of Medicine-Phoenix conducted the recent study and say t
hat after seeing “surprising results,” they want to find immediate
For over 8 years the greater Tucson Fire Foundation has been working to bring down barriers to qualified experienced mental health resources for firefighters.
Careers and lives have been saved through their efforts.
The Foundation has received an offer of a matching grant for up to $20,000. Marilyn
The ALL VOLUNTEER Greater Tucson Fire Foundation, www.tucsonfirefoundation.org, remains a national leader in firefighter health and wellness advocacy. Although some similar, there are no other foundation’s as laser focused on the three main killers of firefighters. Support for the Foundation’s mission is derived from only a
Firefighters put themselves at greater risk of having fatal heart attacks because prolonged exposure to heat can make their blood clot, a pioneering new study has found.
Physical analysis of 19 firefighters in Scotland also found that tackling blazes put a strain on their hearts and worsened