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Serve & Protect - Six Years of Service to the Public Safety Community

Date: 2017-07-07
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Serve & Protect, a 501(c)(3) organization whose mission is to locate and facilitate trauma services for public safety professionals with PTSD symptoms, addictions, or both, has just celebrated six years of service to the public safety community. It was founded in 2011 by former MP and Norfolk Police Detective Robert Michaels, who also serves as Tennessee Fraternal Order of Police State Chaplain and Chaplain for FBI Memphis Division, Nashville Resident Agency. 

Serve & Protect is a unique and cutting non-profit corporation based in Brentwood TN, reaching internationally to help public safety professionals facing by locating the right resource to address the real issues they face.  The organization narrowcasts its facilitation by locating a resource in the client’s community that takes their insurance and understands their job.   Whether residential care or trauma therapists and related services, Serve & Protect works on behalf of the public safety professional to find the right solutions for their real problems. They are the only nationwide organization providing these services.

Serve & Protect recently redesigned their press kit, which actually serves as an excellent brochure for public safety personnel who may need their services – representing an ideal a snapshot of their body of work.

This Press Kit is viewable and downloadable as a PDF file from the group’s website - click here or on image above right.

For more information, see:

- Corporate News/ (via Serve & Protect, 7/5/17)



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