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Our Regional Peer Support Response Team vehicles, are dispatched through First Responder Trauma Counselors – Member Agencies. This will include our Clinicians and 40 hour-trained Peer Support Personnel. For all other agency requests, vehicles are available upon contacting FRTC and acquiring approval.
The vehicles are piloted by a Peer Support Team member and medical staff, all trained at Paramedic and or Nurse Practitioner, or Medical Doctor levels, who are 40 hour- trained in Peer Support by First Responder Trauma Counselors Academy who are all available to handle any medical issues should they arise. This vehicle arrives with a cadre of both medical and behavioral health equipment to address most needs of the patient/client. In addition, the deployment of this vehicle will be accompanied by at least one of the Culturally Competent Clinical Supervisors and a Negotiator from one of our Northern Colorado Regional Peer Support Team Agencies.
One of First Responder Trauma Counselors ASAP Vehicles, will also be available to any agency in the Northern Colorado Peer Support Region. To include “Return to Duty Protocol”, mobile counseling/peer support, EMDR and or other modalities, as required. Both Peer Support 1 & 2, vehicles provides a comfortable, confidential environment for First Responders and Peer Support interactions. To access this valuable asset, contact First Responder Trauma Counselors at our 24/7 contact number.
If your agency requires one of our ASAP Response Vehicles to attend at a Critical Incident, Contact Us