Telehealth Services: Video Therapy Available Call 678-893-5300 to Schedule an Appointment.
As First Responders, your work can mean close encounters with danger, chaos, and tragedy…on a daily basis! In your “normal” line of duty, you are called upon to respond to “abnormal” situations. Exposure to stress like this can take a toll on you and your relationships. In some cases, you may experience post-traumatic stress symptoms such as:
It is not unusual to feel “stuck” or unable to move forward when confronted with a stressful event. Temporary discomfort is normal. However, when troubling reactions continue to interfere with your daily life, counseling can be helpful.
Because we recognize and appreciate all that you do for our community, the First Responders Counseling Program was implemented to provide counseling services to the men and women who serve our community each and every day!
The Summit currently partners with the following local jurisdictions to offer the First Responders Program to their officers:
The First Responder Counseling Program was started through seed money from Johns Creek United Methodist Church and is administered by The Summit Counseling Center. To contribute to the ongoing sustainability of the program, contact Development@SummitCounseling.org or contribute online at SummitCounseling.org/Give, check the box for Tribute Gift and type in First Responders Counseling Program for the jurisdiction that you would like to support.