WOUNDED WARRIORS CANADA PARTNERS WITH KINGSTON POLICE
CORNWALL, ON – We’re proud to announce a new partnership with the Kingston Police. Under the agreement, the Kingston Police will share resources and identify or refer their members in need of mental health support to the programs offered by Wounded Warriors Canada.
“WWC programming uses clinical best practices and evidence-based care to create an environment of compassion, resiliency, and hope,” says Kingston Police Chief Antje McNeely. “Through this agreement we will be able to refer members in need of support to WWC programs, which will complement and augment the suite of services we currently have.”
First Responders are highly trained and skilled professionals who, due to the nature of their work, often face challenging situations that test their physical or mental health and safety. Wounded Warriors Canada’s innovative approach to mental health combines clinical best practices and evidence-informed care to create an environment of compassion, hope and resiliency for participants.
“This partnership recognizes that no single organization can do it all when it comes to mental health support,” says Scott Maxwell, Executive Director of Wounded Warriors Canada. “When a First Responder is struggling, what matters is that the member and their family knows that we are in this together – working to ensure they receive the help they so rightly deserve. We look forward to working with Kingston Police in the months and years ahead.”