Boots On The Ground is proud to offer a selection of counselling, community support, and online resources to suit your individual needs. Select your location from the list below to find relevant results in your area (Online Only resources are also listed). Further refine your search with our Services checkboxes as well to further hone in.
Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Dialectic Behavioural Therapy, and Humanistic Therapy Centre.
Mainly done via video at the moment.
Virtual sessions only at the moment.
Bellwood offers a range of programs and services for individuals 18 years of age and older. Residential programs include: withdrawal, management/detox, alcohol and drug addictions, addiction and PTSD/OSI for military and first responders, trauma and psychological injury, concurrent, eating disorders and addiction, sexual compulsion, problem gambling.
Call toll free 24/7 at 1-800-387-6198
Couples HOPES (Helping Overcome PTSD and Enhance Satisfaction) is an online guided self-help intervention for couples, including a partner with PTSD symptoms to improve PTSD and enhance relationship functioning. Couple HOPES was built to overcome the stigma associated with seeking mental health services and the logistical, economic, geographic, and social barriers to help. The Couple HOPES research study is currently recruiting for Canadian veterans, service members, and first responders and their partners. Please visit the Couple HOPES website (couplehopes.com) to learn more and to complete the eligibility screening, if you are interested in participating in the research study! Researchers from the IMPACT Lab (https://psychlabs.ryerson.ca/impact/) at Ryerson University have developed Couple HOPES. The IMPACT Lab is committed to developing clinically relevant, original research, aimed at decreasing individual PTSD symptoms, as well as improving relationships.
A confidential support/ therapy group for police officers. H.E.A.R.T. stands for healing, esteem, awakening, reality and trust.
The basic themes of this group of sworn officers, (active, retired, resigned, suspended, on sick leave), meeting weekly for over 21 years. Members are welcome from various services, Toronto, O.P.P., Halton, Peel, R.C.M.P., Durham, York, Hamilton and others. The group is open-ended and there is no charge to participate. (We are grateful to the Toronto Police Association for their ongoing support.) Confidentiality and honesty provide a safe place to discuss emotions, trauma, workplace problems, O.S.I. and/or addiction recovery, depression, relationships and family issues. A partial comment from a group member is “it is brutally honest, 100% trust and join….” We have 2 groups every Wednesday. Meetings are on Zoom until we can include in person attendance again. A pre-group individual introduction is the first step. For further information contact:
Pat Davies – 416 859 3579 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Toronto Beyond the Blue (TBTB) is a peer-led, independent charitable organization that supports the members of the Toronto Police Service and their families. TBTB provides workshops, resources and fosters a community of support all while raising awareness of mental health-related issues that impact our members.