Metro Atlanta Ambulance Donates to Cobb Public Safety Foundation to Fund Mental Health Services Program

MetroAtlanta Ambulance Service donated $16,000 that will be utilized to initiate a mental health program for public safety workers in Cobb County. Company officials recognized the need for more immediate mental health services for the men and women in Cobb Public Safety and today donated the initial the funds that will make these service available.

MetroAtlanta Ambulance Service, Vice President of Operations, Lee Oliver stated,” As public safety professionals, we all endure an array of emotions every time we answer a call and doing it day after day, depending on the situation, it just starts to wear you down mentally.  Some situations are certainly worse than others and talking through the emotions are helpful. We are happy to work with the Cobb Public Safety Foundation to help fund a program that can get services to professionals whenever they need it.”

MetroAtlanta Ambulance Service is the state designated 911 ambulance service provider for more than 1 million residents in Bartow, Cobb and Paulding Counties in Georgia.


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