National Mental Health Service Provider

HELP US GIVE HOPE

We know the month of remembrance, and Remembrance Day specifically, can be a very difficult time for those we serve. We also know that those who struggle with the effects of operational stress injuries such as PTSD often feel alone and misunderstood, which can lead to isolation and the exacerbation of their mental health injury.

It is why the mission of the HOPE campaign is to shed light for those suffering in darkness; countering the sense of hopelessness by providing education and awareness that help is available and they are not alone in their fight.

As a national mental health service provider for Canada’s Veterans, First Responders and their families, time and again we have heard from our program participants that our mental health services provide HOPE in their battle with a mental health injury.

HELP US GIVE HOPE

We know the month of remembrance, and Remembrance Day specifically, can be a very difficult time for those we serve. We also know that those who struggle with the effects of operational stress injuries such as PTSD often feel alone and misunderstood, which can lead to isolation and the exacerbation of their mental health injury.

It is why the mission of the HOPE campaign is to shed light for those suffering in darkness; countering the sense of hopelessness by providing education and awareness that help is available and they are not alone in their fight.

As a national mental health service provider for Canada’s Veterans, First Responders and their families, time and again we have heard from our program participants that our mental health services provide HOPE in their battle with a mental health injury.

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for Veterans transitioning to civilian life.

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for couples working hard to regain strength and understanding in their relationship.

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for spouses living with an ill or injured member.

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for surviving spouses who have lost their partner in the line of duty or death by suicide.

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The Overall Need

We are in the midst of a mental health epidemic in our country and, indeed, around the world. Rates of depression, anxiety disorders, Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, addictions and suicide are at an all-time high, with predictable negative impacts on families and communities.

There has never been a more critical time to be engaged in mental health and we’re thankful to be making an impact on those who serve our country and communities. It is because of your help that we will be able to continue our mission

Our Impact

CLINICAL TREATMENT HOURS PROVIDED

330,000 (PER YEAR)

PTSD SERVICE DOGS SUPPORTED

100 (PER YEAR)

FUNDS INVESTED IN RESEARCH & EDUCATION

$500,000 (TOTAL)

VETERANS, FIRST RESPONDERS AND FAMILY MEMBERS SUPPORTED

1,200 (PER YEAR)

FUNDS INVESTED IN PROGRAM DELIVERY

$300,000,000 (TOTAL)