IF YOU ARE SUFFERING A BEHAVIORAL HEALTH COUNSELING EMERGENCY PLEASE CALL 911 IMMEDIATELY
The date is approaching fast for the Colorado P.O.S.T approved September Peer Support Academy - Don’t miss out!
The Peer Support Academy start date has passed, but keep in touch as we are planning the next one already!
The Homeland Security Act of 2002, provides the best known definition of a First Responder. They use the term "Emergency Response Providers" to mean "Federal, State, and Local Governmental and Nongovernmental Emergency Public Safety, Fire, Law Enforcement, Emergency Responder, Emergency Medical (including hospital emergency facilities) and related Personnel, Agencies and Authorities".
FRTC, expands on that definition to also include the following:
FIRST RESPONDER TRAUMA COUNSELORS ONLY WORKS WITH THESE POPULATION GROUPS, USING FRONT LINE CULTURALLY COMPETENT CLINCIANS
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
Call 1-888-731-FIRE (3473)
A confidential, 24-hour helpline created for Fire & EMS by members of the fire service.
A confidential, 24-hour hotline for Law Enforcement Officers, manned by retired law enforcement officers trained in active listening.
To locate and facilitate trauma specialists who have familiarity with public safety professionals and medical providers and accept the insurance of clients. Call: 615-373-8000 Crisis line
If you are suffering with an Urgent Medical/Behavioral Health Emergency Please call 911 IMMEDIATELY.
*includes all staff, volunteers and spouses
First Responder Trauma Counselors ONLY uses Clinicians, Practitioners/Providers and Staff, that are truly Culturally Competent.
The combined First Responder, Front Line experience of our staff, amounts to well over 400+ years! This is how WE GET IT!
Click on the image above to visit our gallery to see us in our First Responder lives!
Counseling services available providing all and after hours mental health support for ALL First Responders and Spouses of NOCO 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 NOCO Contracted Agencies.
Our blending of Behavioral Health/Peer Support & Medical Staff, uniquely alleviates the shame and stigma associated with a behavioral health crisis.
We have Therapy Dogs available that have been trained specifically for their First Response Roles.
Our Culturally Competent Canines, have been there, done that.......THEY GET IT!
Why do you need a Clinical Supervisor? *
One monthly fee giving access to multiple Clinicians and Providers that are culturally competent, offering many different treatment modalities.
*Supervision is for contracted agencies only **Fee is calculated from agency size
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