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Mental Health Services

First responders face immense stress and trauma – far more than the public. That trauma can lead to PTSD, the single largest driver of reduced quality of life and substance abuse.

Taking care of yourself while you take care of others seems to be lost among our first responders. As you are the last one to seek help. You became a first responder for a reason and that is to help others. Our question to you is... If you are helping everyone else who is helping you? 

Our mission is to help you, help you. 

At Thrive Mental Health and Substance Abuse, we’re committed to providing compassionate help for those who dedicate their lives to helping others.

The Need for Compassionate Mental Health Care

First responders are called on to be the first people on the scene in situations that can be incredibly traumatic.

From auto accidents to shootings, natural disasters to medical emergencies, first responders must be able to put aside their emotions and physical and emotional responses to those situations to provide compassionate aid.

Unfortunately, that leads to severe mental health challenges. It’s estimated that 30% or more of first responders develop some mental health condition, including:

  • PTSD
  • Depression
  • Anxiety
  • Grief

The effects of those conditions can range from behavioral changes to emotional outbursts and even substance abuse and addiction.

We Care for First Responders

At Thrive Mental Health and Substance Abuse, our compassionate team of experts delivers critical care for first responders in various ways. Those include counseling, psychiatric evaluations, crisis response, and more.

Are you a first responder struggling with trauma, PTSD, or other mental health conditions? We can help. We also provide compassionate care for the families of first responders.

Contact us today to schedule an evaluation.

All of our services are confidential. By scheduling an appointment with a licensed professional, you can receive the help you need.