top of page

First Responder Treatment Providers

CITLogo PNG.png

The MO CIT Council has identified a list of trained behavioral health professionals who specialize in helping first responders who are struggling with depression, anxiety, relationships, post-traumatic stress symptoms, and more. The providers on this network understand our unique professional culture and are trusted and vetted by first responders. 

The FRPN is considered a self-referral source.

FRPN One Pager

FRPN Statement.png


“I’m doing really good since our visit!!!! No nightmares since our visit either. Work has calmed down and I’m talking less medication than I’ve taken in a year if I even take any now at all. Thank you for the opportunity to get help.

I look forward to seeing you in December.“

"I would like to say that this service has been very helpful to me. I'm learning tools to use on how to manage stress, to recognize patterns that lead to stress. Also understanding the difference between anxiety and stress and the effects that are caused by both."

"EMDR and this grant has helped me out in more ways than I could have ever expected.  I am at a point mentally that I never thought I would get to in my life.  Life is in no means fair, bujt it doesn't mean you can't get the help you need and this grant made that possible for me.  It has helped me change my outlook on life and for the better."

"I really appreciate all the help you have given me. You have helped me understand myself a lot more, and given me great tools to overcome my past issues. I am so grateful for this opportunity to have counseling with you.

God Bless!"

Time to have a heart to heart, with your mind.

valiant logo_JPG.webp
  • Facebook

War Horse for Veteran Program offers a peer-led approach for first responders and veterans to  promote self awareness, leadership, communication skills, and tactical longevity through horsemanship.

War Horses is a one of a kind facility that is led by retired military veterans and first responders.

  • Facebook
bottom of page