Here at Life Support LLC we appreciate and value our veterans and first responders of all types. Life Support LLC is owned and operated by a first responder who has worked as a Fire Fighter/EMT in the communities that he has lived and worked in for over 25 years. First responders/veterans often are exposed to chronic or acute trauma which translate into difficulty in you professional and personal lives. First Responders can experience more trauma in a single shift than the average person does in a lifetime. First responders/ veterans also often experience negative copping skills such as drug and alcohol use/ abuse, relationship issues/breakdown, difficulty in sleeping, change in appetite, and isolation. They also have a higher instances of depression and anxiety that may be a result of experiencing traumatic events or seeing events that have happened to the public 0r additional stress related to there employment. The Therapist/Counselors at Life Support LLC are able to treat first responders/ veterans and there families and increase there level of functioning and decrease the symptoms and affects they are having on there life and families. The Therapist utilize treatment such as Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing, Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), substance abuse treatment and individual, relationship or family Counseling to identify and address the identified needs.
We are also happy to announce the support of Hero Services for the Veterans and First Responders that we serve and excited to provide mental health services for there members or those who reach out to them in need. Hero Services works hard to support Veterans and First Responders by raising money thought the year which can be requests by First Responders, Veterans and Licensed medical professionals through the Hero Services Relief Fund. Please support Hero Services thought the year as they raise money for these funds or request support by requesting these funds on there website.
Please reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org if you are a Veteran or First Responder and in need to treatment and the cost of treatment is a barrier to receiving treatment.