ACF’s ResponderStrong Mental Health Curriculum, written by Responders for Responders, has been adopted by many organizations, agencies, peer support programs, and colleges across the country to provide more effective mental wellness training to those who tirelessly serve our communities. To better disseminate this training, we have adopted a Train the Trainer model in the form of a one-day class. The format for each event is hybrid, allowing in-person and virtual attendance. To date, we have trained more than 700 facilitators across the U.S. These participants can then reteach the content as they choose within their agencies and communities. This content focuses on the physiology of stress, stress injury statistics among our ranks, stress injury formation, suicide awareness and prevention, and resilience. With the increasing need for informed discussion around stress injury, burnout, suicidality, and resilience, we are very pleased to be able to offer this content at no cost to agencies, eliminating budget barriers and preventing re-invention of the wheel. This grant provides full funding for 30 RS-MHC TtT Workshops across the country.