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Our Team provides a variety of services to meet the needs of first responders their families and agencies.

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SERVICES

  • Peer Support

  • Clinical Support

  • Crisis intervention

  • Chaplain Services

  • Training and Education

  • Community Outreach

Our Team can also customize and deliver training on topics such alcohol and substance abuse, marital issues, grief and bereavement and suicide awareness.
 

Please contact us to evaluate  a customized  program  for you.

Comforting Hands

MISSION STATEMENT

To provide peer support to groups and individuals, clinical referrals, community connections and financial assistance for treatment to First Responders and their family members who suffer from Post-Traumatic Stress, Depression, Substance Abuse and other family matters related to these illnesses due to work related stress and critical incidents.

 

IN MEMORIAM | CHIEF, ADAM W. SNYDER
May 27th, 1972  -  March 11th, 2019

Adam Snyder Fire Chief NC

Chief Snyder proudly served in Emergency Services for 22 years in Eastern North Carolina. The last 15 years of his career he was the Fire Chief of Atlantic Beach Fire Department in Carteret County N.C.
Adam was a true leader, one that led from the front and strived to leave the fire service better than he found it, he did just that. Adam was a giant amongst men and had a very unique way of being able to connect with anyone he met.
Adam also had his struggles. He fought PTSD and other job related traumas. This prompted him to fight and advocate not only for himself but for all first responders suffering from work related mental health
injuries.
Adam helped start the first peer support program in Carteret County. He helped pave the way 
to recovery for many first responders through his strength and courage to open up and share his struggles with others.
Adam’s selfless desire to serve touched and saved many lives both on and off the

fire ground.
Sadly Adam passed away on March 11, 2019 due to a tragic skiing accident. Not a day goes by that we don’t think about him and miss him.
We pray for peace and comfort for his wife Stacie, his two sons and 
the entire Snyder family.

May you rest in peace Chief, We love you pal.