We provide a national peer support network for Canadian Armed Forces members, veterans and their families who are experiencing an Operational Stress Injury (OSI).
Anonymous peer support for first responders.
Peer support meetings for first responders.
Peer Support and Therapy for Women and LGBTQ2S+ living with PTSD and Trauma.www.womenwarriorshg.org
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Our mission is to serve Veterans, including serving military and RCMP members and their families, to promote Remembrance, and to serve our communities and our country.
Mission: To honour and support Canada’s ill and injured Canadian Armed Forces members, Veterans, First Responders and their families.
The goal of the campaign is to spread social awareness worldwide in regards to First Responder mental health issues. We strive to create an open platform of discussion, a safe space for First Responders to connect, as well as an outlet to raise money to donate back into the community.
An excellent resource for someone supporting someone with PTSD.
Badge of Life Canada is a peer-led, charitable volunteer organization committed to supporting police and corrections personnel who are dealing with psychological injuries diagnosed from service.
This website offers resources and services for the First Responder community to understand the various steps of a PTSD program from managing a crisis through to implementing best practices into an existing program.
The Gatehouse has helped thousands including children, youth, and adults who have experienced childhood sexual abuse, heal and reclaim their voices.
DR. JOHN KING AND GIVE THEM A VOICE - RECOGNIZED AS #8 IN THE WORLD FOR ANTI HUMAN TRAFFICKING THOUGHT LEADERSHIP.
The Pepper Pod is a non-profit organization that serves our vibrant community of women veterans, soon-to-be veterans and spouses of veterans.
We support women who are transitioning out of the military or RCMP into civilian life, and welcome you wherever you are in your journey—even if your release was many years ago.
The facts and detailed knowledge you need to fully support those living with PTSD and create an effective suicide prevention program.
Fully accredited and based on science, The International Performance Resilience and Efficiency Program (iPREP) trains use-of-force trainers and first responders on methods that improve mental and physical readiness in high-stress situations.
Five national and international organizations representing a full spectrum of healthcare make up the PTSD Alliance. These organizations are here to serve individuals with Posttraumatic Stress Disorder.
The LifeLine Canada Foundation (TLC) is a registered non-profit committed to positive mental health and suicide prevention in Canada and Worldwide.
Seven agencies came together for this project as the BC Partners, because we recognize that people need to have access to quality information on mental health, mental illness, and substance use problems.