A national mental health service provider utilizing clinical best practices and evidence-based care to create an environment of compassion, resiliency and hope for Canada’s Veterans, First Responders and their families.
Promoting collaboration through networking and knowledge sharing to improve mental health services and reduce homelessness for our men and women in uniformed service who run to danger.
Mental Health Commission of Canada
An adaptation of The Working Mind, The Working Mind First Responders is a training program aimed to provide the tools and resources required to manage and support first responders who may be experiencing a mental illness, and more.
Project All In
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.
Gambling is risking something of value, such as money or possessions, in the hopes of gaining something of greater value. Gambling can be a source of fun; however, it can quickly turn into a source of problems such as addiction and major financial loss.
First Responder Family Survey Results
The First Responder coalition exists to ensure the optimum mental health and psychological health and safety of all first responder organizations and employees as well as family members of employees and retirees.
Thanks to a grant by Movember, CMHA Ontario is offering a special discounted rate for the Train-The-Trainer workshop & Resilient MindsTM course. Learn more and register at ontario.cmha.ca/resilient-minds-promo.
PSP Mental Health Resources
An interactive tool is designed to help public safety personnel (PSP) and their families search for, compare, and find support that fits their needs, no matter where they are in the country. The online directory can be filtered by service type, cost, delivery method, and more.