Our Services

All of our Services have been designed from recent research which indicates that 1 in 2 (50%) of Uniformed Personnel and First Responders require some support services.  As a well understood result from the nature of the job 50% of Uniformed Personnel and First Responders will require some level of support over the span of their career. 

For some prevention, education, peer support and other preventative and supportive measures may be enough to manage the stresses of the job.  For others, the stress of the job can impact their families, their health and their general well being.  Therapeutic services may be needed for the member and their families. 

Of the 50%, only 2 to 3% ever access support services.  9% of Uniformed Personnel and First Responders meet the criteria for PTSD. Our Mission is to get the 50% of Uniformed Personnel and First Responders the support they need, when they need it.

Our Services are specifically designed, culturally competent, and encompass the array of needs our members require.  We take pride in the fact that we specialize in, and focus solely on, Occupational Stress Injury and their related challenges. Our services were carefully chosen by considering:

  • Research
  • Consultation with leading experts
  • Consultation with Uniformed Personnel and First Responders (Veterans and Active Members)
  • Validated current evidence based best practices
  • Services specifically for Occupational Stress Injury
  • Services which can provide several treatment pathways for individuals to ensure the best possible outcomes
  • Developing a First Responder Clinical Network including Psychiatry, Psychology combined with First Responders and their Leadership.

We offer a range of options to provide comprehensive and intensive service pathways. For example, an intensive treatment pathway could offer:

  • Assessment: Psychiatric, diagnostic and screening
  • Exposure / CPT Therapy
  • Group Therapy
  • Family Counselling