Provides mental health support for former and serving members of the Canadian Armed Forces, Allied Armed Forces, Royal Canadian Mounted Police, and Frontline Protectors – which include municipal police services, CN police services,emergency medical services, fire protection services, wildland firefighters, hospital trauma personnel, nurses, healthcare workers, social workers, animal control officers, coroners, Indigenous emergency management, victim services personnel, emergency communications specialists, corrections officers, “volunteer” first responders, conservation officers, Aboriginal emergency services personnel, tow truck drivers who clean up accident scenes, persons who in the performance of their jobsm are exposed to criminal acts of trauma like prosecutors as one example, and their spouses/partners. This demographic was chosen due to the commonality of experiences thaey share through the service they provide to Canada and community.
Created through a partnership of Canadian Mental Health Association Saskatchewan and the Royal Canadian Legion Saskatchewan Command.
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