Welcome to the Colorado State
Fire Fighters Association
Train, Educate and Support
Colorado's Fire Fighters
The Colorado State Fire Fighters Association has been serving the needs of its member firefighters and their respective communities since its inception in 1916.
Originally started by five Colorado fire departments, the Colorado State Fire Fighters Association continuously grows in membership.
Existing fire safety laws and ordinances throughout Colorado reflect the influence the Colorado State Fire Fighters Association has had with state and local lawmakers over the course of its history.
Check Out These Member Benefits!
The CSFFF is a full 501c3 Charity Organization.
The Colorado State Fire Fighters Foundation is established to be a charity whose purpose is to assist Colorado Firefighters and First Responders by undertaking any of the following activities:
To raise funds to support the needs of families of injured or fallen firefighters and other first responders in Colorado.
To raise funds to make grants or scholarships to support the further education of first responders and of family members of injured or fallen firefighters and other first responders in Colorado.
To educate and promote firefighter safety.
To provide training and education in fire safety, including scholarships for such training, to firefighters and other first responders.
To engage in such activities as shall be set forth in the Bylaws which will assist in the accomplishment of those purposes immediately aforementioned.
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CSFFA membership automatically earns you AND your immediate family 10% off tuition as well as FREE books!
What do you want to learn? What do your family members want to learn? Check out these amazing class options and enroll today!
The mission of the NVFC is to provide a unified voice for volunteer Fire/EMS organizations.
The NVFC accomplishes its mission and provides meaningful support to fire and EMS organizations through a wide range of services and programs:
Representing the interests of the volunteer fire, emergency medical, and rescue services at the U.S. Congress, federal agencies, and national standards setting committees
Assisting departments in establishing support programs
Fostering the next generation of firefighters
First responder families get 50% off family lines (lines 2-6) with unlimited talk, text, data – all with taxes and fees included.
*New Customers - You will need to mention State of Colorado
First Responder when signing up*
Call your Dedicated Perks Team at
855-570-9947 to start the process or to get additional information or click below.
Existing T-Mobile and Sprint Customers:
T-Mobile Customers Call 611 from your device. Ask about switching to the
Magenta First Responder Plan.
Sprint Customers: Call 888-211-4727 to transition to a T-Mobile account prior to taking advantage of the discount. This team will be able to provide details regarding that process
Craig Fire Rescue is dedicated to providing the highest level of preparedness, prevention and community service.
Craig Fire Rescue firefighters are required to complete Colorado State Firefighter I and HazMat Operations level certifications for employment by the fire district.