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 English word, Hopa, let us all have confidence in the future both in our personal and professional lives. This is what we HOPE for you!
Elizabeth Morris, M.A.
CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER
Phone: 336-761-0764 ext. 1011
Operation Mental Wellness
Thank you to those that have completed our survey about wellness. This program is intended to fit the needs of public-safety employees and the data has been helpful. If you haven’t already, please take this brief survey to help us. Feel free to also email Elizabeth@fmrt.org to share any additional thoughts.
Thank You for the Opportunity
Thanks to our culturally competent team’s hard work and current agencies who share their positive experiences with colleagues, we continue to develop relationships with public safety agencies throughout the Carolinas and beyond. In March, we began supporting these agencies: Morehead City, Jackson, Polk, Scotland, Wayne, Davie, Jones, and Presbyterian College.
We Want to Learn From You
We’re listening and we value your thoughts and feedback. Please take a moment to share: Click Here to Take Survey