Supporting Those Who Protect and Serve Us

Marysville Crisis Support Services is here to support our 1st Responders and the community through equipping for self-care, empowering supportive relationships, and healthy lives, marriages and families.

Who We Are

Strengthening lives, families and marriages, by providing emotional & mental health support with proactive strategies for
self-care and peace of mind.

We Show Up

As a crisis support team for individuals, families and organizations facing unexpected grief and trauma. We provide emotional & psychological first aid in the face of unexpected challenges.

We Partner

At the invitation of local agencies to arrive on scene and provide crisis support as appropriate. In addition we follow up with law enforcement and the first responder community, with ongoing support for job related stressors.

We Train

From suicide prevention to family bonding, to key parenting enhancement, our team is here to help you address frustration, disappointment, anxiety and depression.

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Committed to Serve

First Responders are confronted daily with situations that are emotionally, physically and mentally draining, and can be demoralizing and create significant burdens. These situations can and do impact the first responders and their families. Stresses include dangerous situations that require split-second decisions, traumatized families and distraught individuals, and frustrations with citizenry criticisms on how they carry out their responsibilities.

Our Story

Marysville Crisis Support Services Team, also known as the Police & Fire Chaplain program, in its current form, began in the fall of 2002. The team members are volunteers with a commitment to serve 1st Responders and the individuals they serve.

“What we have done for ourselves alone dies with us; what we have done for others and the world remains and is immortal.”

– Albert Pike