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Veterans Transition Network offers Veteran-to-Veteran peer support
service, provided by phone or secure video-chat. Training and coaching for peer supporters is led by VTN clinicians

Veterans Transition Network offers a 5 day, in-person, retreat-based workshop assists with transition skills and the challenges of COVID-19.

Spousal Resiliency Program is clinically facilitated group-based trauma support in which participants learn regulation and resourcing skills and are guided to understand the function of emotions while exploring parts of themselves that have been wounded through their relationship with an injured spouse.

Veterans Emergency Transition Services (VETS) Canada exists solely to help our Canadian veterans. Whatever the need, you can reach out to us in confidence, and we’ll do what it takes to help.

The Sexual Misconduct Response Centre (SMRC) and Veterans Affairs Canada (VAC) have launched an online peer support discussion platform for current and former Canadian Armed Forces (CAF) members and DND public service employees who experienced sexual misconduct as well as their families as part of the Military Sexual Trauma (MST) Peer Support Program.

Buddy Check Coffee is a Veteran run peer program offering comradeship in a relaxed environment, encouraging Veterans to network and share experiences and stories… while sipping coffee. Led by the Legion’s Operational Stress Injury Special Section (Legion OSI) and hosted by Legion members, Buddy Check Coffee is helping Veterans in their community connect and support each other

Operation VetBuild is an initiative led by the Legion’s Operational Stress Injury Special Section (Legion OSI) that uses hobbies, such as scale model-building kits, in a Veteran-to-Veteran support environment. Working alongside their peers, the activity offers Veterans an opportunity to learn a new skill, promote relaxation, improve concentration, reduce stress, and provide a sense of community to enhance wellbeing. Sessions are hosted by Legion members and open to all Veterans in the community.

The HOPE Program provides confidential peer support by volunteers to
military members and families who have lost a loved one who was a member of the Canadian Armed Forces, active or retired, Regular or Reserve Force. The loss may have occurred during military service or due to any other cause.

Operational Stress Injury Social Support (OSISS) provides a national peer support network for Canadian Armed Forces members, veterans, and their families who are experiencing an operational stress injury (OSI).