IF YOU ARE SUFFERING A BEHAVIORAL HEALTH COUNSELING EMERGENCY PLEASE CALL 911 IMMEDIATELY
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The All Badges, All Uniforms, All Scrubs - All Together (™) Colorado POST-approved National Peer Support Academy is filling up - Don’t miss out!
Our next P.O.S.T Approved 40-Hour Peer Support Academy has been scheduled!
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The Homeland Security Act of 2002 provides the best known definition of a First Responder, using the term "Emergency Response Providers" for federal, state, and local governmental and nongovernmental emergency public safety, fire, law enforcement, emergency medical (including hospital emergency facilities) and related personnel, agencies and authorities.
FRTC expands on this definition to include the following:
OUR CULTURALLY COMPETENT SERVICE PROVIDERS SERVE ONLY THESE POPULATION GROUPS.
Call or Text 988; 24/7
Text HOME or 741741; 24/7
NATIONAL ALLIANCE ON MENTAL ILLNESS
800-662-HELP (4357); 24/7
800-662-HELP (4357); 24/7
IAFF ALCOHOL HOTLINE
Optimizing the Health and Resilience of First Responders and Family Members through Training and Access to Peers, Services and External Support.
Empowering Veterans and First Responders to Take Command of Their Health, Reduce the Impact of Service, and Increase Longevity through Community, Connection, and Education.
Providing Mental Health Services to
First Responders and their Family Members.
Need to talk to someone now? If you are a First Responder residing IN Northern Colorado
Need to talk to someone now? If you are a First Responder residing OUT of Northern Colorado
(Includes all personnel, volunteers and legal partners)
Round-the-clock behavioral health support is available for ALL First Responders, Frontline Workers and legal partners of Northern Colorado contracted agencies.
The Gottman Method approach to couples therapy includes a thorough assessment of the couple's relationship and integrates research based interventions to help couples strengthen their relationships in three primary areas:
Our innovative Crisis Stabilization program creates a safety net for Northern Colorrado contracted agencies.
Our Behavioral Health, Peer Support & Medical Staff uniquely alleviates the shame and stigma associated with a behavioral health crisis.
Our Therapy Dogs have been trained specifically for their First Response roles.
These Culturally Competent Canines have been there, done that. . . THEY GET IT!
Why do you need a Clinical Supervisor?
One monthly fee provides access to culturally competent Service Providers and a host of treatment modalities.
*Supervision is for contracted agencies only **Fee is calculated from agency size