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We’ve partnered with The Salvation Army this year for a Christmas Toy Drive – Sharing with The Shield! Bring or ship new, unopened toys for children ages birth-2 years and 9-12 years to FMRT Offices located in Asheville, Charlotte, Greenville, Raleigh, and Winston-Salem by December 14th!  Lend a hand in ‘Sharing with The Shield’ this holiday season!

Maximizing Mental and Physical Wellness During the Holidays

Maximizing mental and physical wellness as person sits relaxed by the fireplace with warm socks on feet

INSIGHTS FROM OUR CEO First, Happy Holidays and Merry Christmas! It’s that time of year again, to celebrate, reflect, and welcome new opportunities in the New Year.  It’s also a couple of months that seem to pass by in a flash when we’re expected to do, be and buy – do the holiday cards, be at all […]

FMRT Offerings and updates

INSIGHTS FROM OUR CEO July has been a busy month for everyone. We celebrated our Independence at the beginning of the month for our nation, and FMRT finished the month by attending the NC Sheriff’s Association in Asheville, NC, and the NC Police Executives Association in Wilmington, NC.   We are known for providing a one-stop […]

Psych Evaluations for Telecommunicators

INSIGHTS FROM OUR CEO Reminding us to believe that things will work out for our greater good. Mothers in Crisis, a not-for-profit designated this day in 1991, and their in At FMRT we recommend that anyone in a safety-sensitive environment should have a psychological evaluation before being hired, even if it’s not a law or […]

April is the Month of Hope

INSIGHTS FROM OUR CEO Reminding us to believe that things will work out for our greater good. Mothers in Crisis, a not-for-profit designated this day in 1991, and their intervention and drug rehabilitation program, along with their hope campaigns, encourage families dealing with addiction to share their stories of hope for healing. From the old […]

How do Heroes Cope after a Disaster?

“No one who witnesses a disaster is untouched by it.” – Kendall Pfeffer This simple statement sometimes misses the impact disasters have on First Responders. Nobody wants to go through wildfires, earthquakes, pandemics, floods, and hurricanes. When natural disasters do happen, the public relies on their firefighters, police officers, soldiers, EMTs, and paramedics to be […]

Operation Mental Wellness

AN UPDATE FROM OUR CEO The FMRT Group is developing a whole-person wellness program, designed to fit the needs of public-safety employees. We want to continue to support our North and South Carolina departments with both mental and physical health.  To design this program to best fit your needs, we would like input from you! […]

Frequently Asked Questions

INSIGHTS FROM OUR CEO We are grateful for the opportunity to assist several new clients this month, and we wanted to share helpful information about the FMRT scheduling processes based on questions we’ve received.  What is a licensed psychologist? A licensed psychologist is a doctoral-level psychologist. FMRT psychologists are licensed and follow the professional practice and […]

Police in the age of protests

Talking about the current relationship between law enforcement and protesters is like poking a raw nerve. The George Floyd Protests of 2020 may be past but not forgotten. We believe that the majority of men and women first responders in our country were appalled and disgusted by the acts of Derek Chauvin. Still, the fallout […]

Happy New Year!

INSIGHTS FROM OUR CEO As we approach 2022, we’ve taken time to reflect on the past year, assess what we have learned, and discuss how we will continue to improve this year. During this period of reflection, we remember that we would not be in our seventeenth year of business without our staff, clinicians, and […]

‘Tis the Season for Mental Health

INSIGHTS FROM OUR CEO As the holiday season approaches, we want to remind everyone to be their mental health advocate. Communities have an increase in crime and medical emergencies during the holiday season, and that’s when folks turn to our public-safety heroes when they’re at their most vulnerable. We also recognize that these added pressures […]

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