OUR SERVICE PARTNERS
Our Canadian Armed Forces members and First Responders are highly trained professionals who, due to the nature of their work, are confronted with traumatic situations that can be difficult to process.
Given the complexity of Operational Stress Injuries, no one Service, Association or organization will ever be the 100% solution when it comes to the health and wellness of its members. Partnerships are vital. We have established formal working relationships with organizations from across Canada in an effort to help expand access to our mental health programs while serving as an additional layer of mental health support for their members and their families.
“The programs offered through Wounded Warriors Canada will provide our staff with additional options for finding the quickest path to wellness,” said
Deputy Chief Tony Bavota, Toronto Fire Services.
“It’s extremely important that we do all we can to support the psychological health and safety of our staff, who often work in high-stress environments. I look forward to strengthening the support system we already have in place by formalizing our partnership with Wounded Warriors Canada,”
Paramedic Chief Peter Dundas
“Our first priority is the safety of our volunteers, and that includes caring for their mental health. Our partnership with Wounded Warriors Canada will provide our members and their families with an additional network of outstanding support.”
Pat Quealey, Chief Executive Officer of RCMSAR.