Get to know how we came to be, our mission, vision, principles and the four areas of focus that shape the work we do.
Meet the dedicated and passionate Board of Directors, Leadership, Advisors and staff members behind the Atlas mission.
Be part of the Atlas mission. Apply to open positions and join our virtual team from anywhere in Canada.
Read our equity, diversity and inclusion principles and our acknowledgement of the traditional unceded territory of the Algonquin Anishnaabeg Peoples upon which Atlas operates.
View highlights of how we’ve built a foundation that allow us to respond to what Veterans and their Families have told us they need for their well-being.
Explore our portfolios and learn how we bring Veterans, Families, service providers and research partners together to create, gather and share knowledge on Veteran and Family mental health.
View our database of scientific and lived experience studies on key topics relating to PTSD and other mental health conditions that affect Veterans and their Families.
Read about our ambitious yet attainable vision for an accessible, coordinated mental health system for Veterans and their Families.
Find information about crisis and emergency services, peer support, counselling and education tools intended for Veterans and their Families in non-life-threatening situations.
Search our library of resources, including factsheets, research reports, videos, guides, webpages and more, produced by Atlas and our partners for Veterans, Families, service providers and researchers.
Stay up to date on projects, insights, and stories from our teams by visiting our newsroom and blog, listening to our podcast and accessing events hosted by Atlas and our partners.
Ashlee is inspired by the service and sacrifice made by Veterans and their Families and wants to give back. Her experience studying PTSD, her passion for engaging with lived experience, and her desire to improve the quality of and access to mental health care in Canada have led her to the Atlas Institute.
Adelina completed her Masters of Science with her work focused on clinical research in the Veteran space with an emphasis on Veterans with psychiatric conditions, such as PTSD. She quickly became passionate about the topic and is glad to continue advancing research to improve the lives of Veterans and their Families.
With Atlas, Kate has the opportunity to apply her experience, skills, and knowledge to research that has a positive impact on the lives of Veterans and their Families. She’s proud to be part of a knowledge-oriented and community-driven organization.
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