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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

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.

The Recovery Coaching offers coaching in over a dozen Canadian cities to help alumni stay active and engaged in their personal recovery. Returning home after treatment can be difficult for many clients and we want to be there for them.

Project All In Foundation and “the coin” was created to help the first responder community start conversations about their mental wellness, help debrief calls, and ultimately to aid in suicide prevention. Taking the first step to ask for help can be hard. Members who have the All In coin can simply slide it forward towards another member and a conversation is initiated. The recipient of the coin can be an active listener or start the conversation if need be. The coin may also be presented to a friend or family member. Project All In recognizes the need for all first responders to have easier access to resources in support of their mental health and well being.

We know that silence, stigma, and suicide are our biggest enemies. Understanding that, we strongly believe that this program has the power to help our Nations Responders. Know that you are not alone in this fight, it is OK to ask for help and to bridge the gap to appropriate resources.

The Recovery Coaching offers coaching in over a dozen Canadian cities to help alumni stay active and engaged in their personal recovery. Returning home after treatment can be difficult for many clients and we want to be there for them.

First Responder PTSD Peer to Peer is a peer support group to all current and retired (volunteer and full-time) first responders. The purpose of this group is to provide a safe and open environment to start the discussion, heal, and learn avenues of support that are available to all first responders that are having issues due to the traumas witnessed/experienced while assisting others.

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).