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The Maryland State Firemen's Association Is Proud To Announce A Partnership With California Casualty Auto & Home Insurance Company.
MSFA chose California Casualty because of it's unique coverages, long term financial stability, exceptional customer service and solid reputation. California Casualty insurance products are only available to nurses, educators, firefighters and law enforcement - and not to the general public. For more information click here or click below
The Maryland State Firemen's Association Is Proud To Announce A Partnership With BlueHarbor Auto Loans.
BlueHarbor works with a network of local credit unions and national lenders to find you the most competitive auto loan rates in the nation. Their loan consultants provide concierge service to work with you every step of the way.
If you are looking to purchase a new or used car from a dealer BlueHarbor can save you money by providing competitive interest rates. The best part is you will know if you are approved and what the interest rate is no more games when it comes to auto financing at the dealership. You can also use BlueHarbor for private purchases, lease buyouts or refinancing your existing auto loan. Many people actually save money every month simply by refinancing their current loan.
MSFA chose BlueHarbor because of their unique program, exceptional customer service and solid reputation. BlueHarbor is a wholly owned subsidiary of BlueYield Inc. BlueYield is proud to be the leading provider of automotive financial services to prestigious companies such as Hertz, BankRate, LendingTree and many others.
For more information click here or click below or call (888) 389-9062
Because You Answer the Call Every Day,
We’re Here to Answer Yours
As a first responder, your emotional well-being is just as important as your physical health. Are you or someone you know struggling with persistent sadness, substance abuse, work or life stresses, or other issues affecting your work or home life? The first step is reaching out.
Here’s what you can do:
• Talk about it
• Seek professional help for yourself or your colleague
• Encourage positive lifestyle changes, like eating better and getting more exercise
• Offer support by listening and checking in with your peers
Call the National Fire Service Member Assistance Program and talk to someone who understands. We’re ready to answer the call.
Trained firefighters and counselors familiar with the fire and emergency services are available 24/7.
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