By the time they seek government assistance, how many of our Veterans…
- Are unfulfilled with their jobs or role in their community? 40%
- Have 4+ disabilities like PTSD or depression interfering with daily life? 66%
- Are unable to reconnect with family and friends, leaving them isolated? 50%
*Statistics from StatsCan’s Survey on Transition to Civilian Life
40,000 Canadian men and women served in Afghanistan, joining Canada’s long history of peacekeeping operations.
Unfortunately, many came home to to a new conflict: struggling to readjust to a world where their lives aren’t in danger every day. This disconnect carries high risks to result in depression, substance abuse, and even suicide.
That’s the motto behind our registered charity, created to make sure no Veteran across Canada suffers alone in isolation.
Years of university research creating and refining our unique courses, where psychologists and Veterans work as a team.
Canadian Veterans who've overcome their struggles through our programs.
Note: All programs take place over 3 weekends within the dates specified, not the entire two months.