Empowering Canadian Public Safety personnel and their families who are dealing with operational stress injuries,
including post-traumatic stress and suicidal ideation, to achieve healthy living and post-traumatic growth.
The number of suicides throughout the Canadian Public Safety personnel community has continued to rise. We endeavor to make a difference so that additional personnel who are struggling do not become a statistic. Together, we can make a difference by supporting participants in their healing journey towards becoming productive members of their family, community and organizations.
List of crisis resources to support you and your loved ones in difficult times.
We rely on your generosity to fund all our programs. We receive no help from governments.
Peer Support Meetings
Psychoeducational Peer Support Meetings
Mondays 7:00 pm – 9:00 PM EST
Time to event
Time to register
Registration is now OPEN
Our 2022 Event was a Huge Success
Books and digital resources for children, families, PTSD, and more
Therapist listing for First
Responders across Canada
Programs benifiting individuals and
Everything you need to know about
Post-Tramatic Stress Disorder
Helpful training resources to gain knowledge
to help yourself and those around you
Resources about obtaining a service dog.
We do not supply / fund / train service dogs
Please keep in mind that the information on this site is not a replacement for professional psychological services. It is for informational purposes only. If you are concerned about your emotional or mental health, please contact a mental health professional (psychotherapist or psychologist) for a consultation.