Resource Access Program
Are you or someone you know suffering from the impacts of drugs and/or alcohol? Are you or someone you know experiencing a mental health crisis? Are you or someone you know overwhelmed caring for an aging or disabled family member? Are you or someone you know experiencing debilitating mobility issues? Are you or someone you know struggling to find even the most basic of necessities? Are you or someone you know up against a life challenge where the possibility of finding a solution seems hopeless? The North Mason Regional Fire Authority’s Resource Access Program (RAP) is here to help. NMRFA Emergency Prevention Specialist Abe Gardner will connect you to the critical resources and services available to you, right here in Mason County.
Abe will take the time needed to learn about the challenges being faced. He will work to develop a plan and make available the resources and services that are needed to navigate the situation. Abe can refer to local grief counseling groups, alcohol, substance use recovery, mental health support, home health care services, training programs, connection to housing resources, meal, and transportation coordination, and home safety inspections. These are just a few ways the Resource Access Program (RAP) can help overcome life’s challenges. A quick phone call to Abe could be life-changing.
For more information about the Resource Access Program or to schedule a quick consult with Abe, please contact the North Mason Regional Fire Authority at:
Submit a Services Request Form today.
Mobile Integrated Health Program
Have you ever slipped on the ice and couldn’t put weight on your swollen ankle? Have you woken up with a sore throat and a fever? Is your little one showing signs of what might be an ear infection? Have you ever been unsure about your next steps after being released from the emergency room or hospital? Perhaps you are struggling to get a doctor’s appointment scheduled for a sinus infection. Have you been on the fence about when you should seek medical care after the first signs of an illness or injury?
The North Mason Regional Fire Authority is here to help you! Adam Boyd, a certified Physician Associate, is leading the Mobile Integrated Health Program (MIHP), providing you with an on-site medical evaluation and treatment to address your health needs in the comfort of your home. With a simple phone call, you can schedule an appointment for Adam to come to your home or meet with him at his office at the North Mason Regional Fire Authority Fire Station in Belfair. Your medical evaluation will be thorough and provide you with a next-steps care plan. Regardless of your medical condition, the Mobile Integrated Health Program offers high-quality, timely, affordable access to the most appropriate health care resources available.
For more information about the Mobile Integrated Health Program or to schedule an appointment with Adam, please contact the North Mason Regional Fire Authority at: