First Responders Addiction Treatment Centers (FRAT)
First Responders deal with some of the most stressful and dangerous situations in modern life.
That’s why it’s so important to offer help for first responders. Society demands they remain in control and suppress the fear and trauma that comes with their profession. But when control of their drinking or drug use slips away, seeking help often feels impossible. Left hidden, their problem almost always gets worse.
First Responders Addiction Treatment Centers like the FRAT program at Livengrin, help first responders return to a sober life.
Founded in 2002, FRAT is a unique amongst First Responders Addiction Treatment Centers. It is run by First Responders for First Responders: law enforcement, fire, EMS, corrections, and military personnel (veterans, reservists, active duty). Since its inception, FRAT has treated over 1,000 First Responders and military veterans on our private 44-acre campus.
Help for First Responders
FRAT treats alcoholism and other dependencies, as well as trauma and PTSD. All FRAT peer specialists and management have worked extensively themselves in public safety and understand the unique challenges their fellow officers face. Whether you are active-duty or retired, FRAT can help.
- Run by first responders who understand the unique challenges of your career
- Peer assistance program for mentorship and guidance
- All one-on-one and group counseling with other FRAT members only in a private, confidential dedicated treatment building
- Attendance at offsite First Responders-only 12-step meetings
- Alcohol rehab for first responders and combat veterans
- Work with Union and Department EAP’s and to facilitate return to work as clinically appropriate.
The Livengrin FRAT team is recognized as the most experienced First Responder addiction training team in the northeast U.S. They routinely conduct officer and staff training for prevention, education, and how to recognize signs for early intervention. These important classes are all taught by former officers and are excellent ways to help lessen the stigma or shame in asking for help. Trainings are inexpensive and may be covered by grant funding in many cases and are a great investment for your department.
Options subject to assessment and availability.
For more information on First Responders Addiction Treatment Centers, contact FRAT directly at 855.372.8435 or email email@example.com
- Experience All Livengrin clinicians possess a master’s degree or higher level of training.
- People Like You Created and facilitated by active-duty and retired First Responders.
- History Livengrin FRAT is one of the oldest first responders programs in the country.
FRAT Support Groups
Tuesday, Thursday: 6:00PM-8:00PM
FRAT Big Book Study
FRAT Inpatient Education Groups
Tuesday, Thursday: 2:00PM-3:00PM
Inpatient Group Therapy
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday: 10:30AM-12:00PM
Outpatient Group Therapy
Men and women, 18-60 in the following groups:
- Substance Use Disorder and co-occuring mental health disorders
- First responders and veterans
- Healthcare professionals
Men and women, 18-26 who have numerous treatment experiences with AMICare.
Call an intake counselor to find out about your coverage and benefits – 800.245.4746. Or fill out the Livengrin Verification Form. Even if you or your loved one is not ready to come in, it’s good to start the planning process. We can help you learn what your plan will cover, your deductible balance, and any other out of pocket expenses. Livengrin can also help you find resources to obtain coverage or funding, through county, Medicaid, or even commercial insurance. Livengrin is an "in-network" provider with most major commercial insurance plans.