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First responders – fire fighters, police, paramedics, military and other emergency personnel – face a level of stress that few outside of the field can understand. In addition to everyday stress, they deal with traumatic events, natural disasters and terrorism as a regular part of their field deployment. This constant burden creates enormous levels of physical, emotional and mental anxiety.
First responders sometimes need help in dealing with the pressure. Yet those who devote their lives to helping others are often the most reluctant to ask for help themselves. Very often it is family, friends, or co-workers who initially seek help for first responders. 1st Responder Treatment is devoted to providing the kind of help that these heroes deserve. From counseling services to addiction treatment, 1st Responder Treatment helps first responders take back their lives. Health, happiness and the joy of living can be theirs.
Many first responders don’t ask for help because they fear it may hurt their career. All of our calls are completely confidential, and privacy is safeguarded. The overall health, recovery and wellbeing of our clients – including their careers – is our #1 concern. We want to get you back on the job. All of our efforts are directed to that goal.
Due to the nature of their jobs, first responders are at a high risk of mental health and addiction issues. Our staff conducts a thorough initial assessment for each client to determine the best individualized course of treatment. You have a large number of options in the care that you receive.
What is 1st Responder Treatment?
1st Responder Treatment is the premier resource for first responders who are dealing with mental, emotional, or substance abuse issues. We have a network of the top treatment programs in the country. First responders deserve the best care available, and our mission is to help them get the help they need.
The road to recovery takes immense strength, courage, support and guidance. If you or someone you know needs help, call 1st Responder Treatment at .