Who We Are

The Huron County Responder Exposure Assistance and Care Team (REACT) is a Huron County Peer support program that is available 24/7 to any Huron County responder in need.  The REACT team is made up of local first responders who understand the unique challenges faced by first responders.

REACT team members have been trained in therapeutic communication, crisis intervention, and community resource networking. They can provide assistance to both active and retired Huron County responders who are struggling and may be experiencing behavioral health and/or addiction issues.

What We Do

REACT team members are equipped to provide support to their peers through formal and informal relationships that address psychological, emotional, spiritual, and physical health. Peer supporters provide emotional support, share knowledge, teach skills, provide practical assistance, and connect people with resources, opportunities, communities of support, and other people.

Team members are available to meet with peers individually and also in group settings when requested.  The team may be contacted to meet with a department, or certain members of a department, after a difficult call to help them process the event, provide support, and link them with resources for additional services if needed.  

How To Request Support

Visit our Peer Supporters page to learn more about our team by clicking the box below.  Contact information for each team member may be found on their bio and you may contact them directly.  To request additional information about REACT team, click the 'Let's Chat' button at the bottom right side of your screen.