Over 1.2 million first responders put themselves on the line every day to protect the communities and people they serve. As noble as the profession is, this line of work exposes first responders to constant trauma and tragic experiences that can lead to PTSD, depression, anxiety and substance use. We can help.
The First Responder Wellness Program is dedicated to the overall health and wellness of a profession that demands the utmost from the public. We provide a complete continuum of care with culturally competent personnel for all first responders, public safety professionals, retirees and their family members nationwide. Through our unique and unmatched services we offer premier modalities of healing with traditional and non-traditional methods and confront the issues that impact the personal and professional lives of those who serve.
At the First Responder Wellness Program we’re here to help fire fighters, police officers, military personnel, corrections officers, EMT’s, dispatchers, nurses, all first responders, public safety professionals, retirees and their family members. Our trained and experienced staff provide you with a variety of services, effective therapies and specialized aftercare programs that can lead to a successful life, family and career.
You’ll work with a wide range of culturally competent specialists who possess vast experiences working with first responders. These professionals bring extensive behavioral health and medical services to our facilities. Others bring “hands-on” experience with the trauma that first responders experience in the field. Together, we provide you with a complete continuum of care for the help you need.
The First Responder Wellness Program provides concierge services and resources designed specifically for first responders, public safety officials, retirees and their family members that identify and concentrate on the core issues that impact those who serve. #ArmorUp #changethenarrative
If you are experiencing any of these issues, we can help:
- Stress Acute Stress
- Organizational Stress
- Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder
- Post-Traumatic Stress Injury
- Substance Misuse
- Substance Abuse
- Violent Outbursts
- Suicidal Thoughts
- Psychological Disorders
- Compassion Fatigue
If you, someone you love or someone you know needs help, call:
Safe Call Now: 24 Hour Confidential Hotline: 206-459-3020
For more information on the First Responders program: Click here
Or call Shannon Clairemont at 661-466-6352 or Vanessa Stapleton at 304-651-3008