We believe the healing of body, mind and spirit is accomplished with the help of caring people.

The Fraser Center staff is available during times of crisis to respond to the needs of those individuals who may be suffering the adverse affects of trauma. Our staff members work closely with the Red Cross, local, state and federal emergency management agencies, the State of Georgia Office of Homeland Security, and other law enforcement agencies to provide services to the community during these times.

A critical incident can be defined as any incident which involves a threat of serious harm to oneself or others and is accompanied by feelings of helplessness, and extreme fear. The Fraser Center Staff is available to respond to the needs of local business and industries when employees have been exposed to or victimized by workplace violence, tragic accidents, or other catastrophic events.

Critical incident response is thought of in terms of a major catastrophic event involving whole communities. More frequently, individuals experience traumatic events on a personal level. The Staff at the Fraser Center is equipped to respond to those individuals who have had their normal routines disrupted by a traumatic event such as being the victim of a crime, experiencing a natural disaster, or the loss of or serious injury to a loved one.

Fraser Center staff hold certifications and specialty training in this area, including credentialing by the International Critical Incident Stress Foundation and the National Organization for Victim Assistance (NOVA).

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If you have an emergency:  At this time we do not provide immediate crisis intervention.  Please call 1-800-715-4225 for assistance or 911 for emergencies.