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The following are links to websites specifically for First Responders:
[BC] You Are Not Alone PTSD BC
Provides information about PTSD in BC.
We help those who spend their lives helping you. The men and women of our emergency, public safety, and military services see tragic events every day. They witness human suffering up close and it sometimes becomes very difficult to cope with the aftermath. The aftermath sometimes means that they will suffer with lasting memories that just won't go away. Recalling the smells, remembering the sounds and reliving the witnessed events sometimes haunt these men and women for life. Through research, education, training, and through the provision of peer and psychological support, we aim to help these men and women when they need it most.
The Tema Conter Memorial Trust
18 Doctors Lane, P.O. Box 265
King City, Ontario L7B 1A0
Toll Free: 1-888-288-8036
First Responder Tool Kit
[Can] First Responders First
This website offers resources and services for the First Responder community to understand the various steps of a PTSD program from managing a crisis through to implementing best practices into an existing program.
[Can] Professional Firefighters Association of Ontario
The Ontario Professional Fire Fighters Association represents 80 Locals representing over 11,000 professional fire fighters. The Ontario Professional Fire Fighters Association (OPFFA) is affiliated with the International Association of Fire Fighters (IAFF).
Professional Firefighters Association of Ontario
292 Plains Road East
Tel: (905) 681-7111
Fax: (905) 681-1489
[Can] Volunteer Firefighters Association of Ontario
We have a proud history that dates back to August 29, 1899, when the inaugural meeting of The Volunteer Fireman’s Association of Ontario was held in Toronto, Ontario. This was the beginning of our association.
[Can] Police Association of Ontario
Founded in 1933, the Police Association of Ontario (PAO) is the official voice and representative body for Ontario's front-line police personnel
Police Association of Ontario
1650 Yonge Street, Suite 302
[Can] Ontario Paramedic Association
Early in 1995, a steering committee of Paramedics began the ambitious task of creating a legal and administrative structure for the Ontario Paramedic Association. This professional association is a registered 'not for profit' organization representing Paramedics across the province. We are not a labour union and membership is always a choice.
Ontario Paramedic Association
PO BOX 1628
Blind River, Ontario
[U.S.} Violently Injured Police Officers:
PO Box 48
Woburn, MA 01807
Detective Mario Oliveira
[U.S.] PTSD Alliance
Provides considerable information about PTSD
[U.S.] Injured Police Officer's Fund
Injured Police Officers Fund is to help reduce the financial burden suffered by Police Officers and their families in the event of a line of duty injury or death by providing monetary assistance to these Officers and their families.
Injured Police Officers Fund
9330 W. Lake Mead Blvd. Suite 130
Las Vegas, NV 89134
[U.S.] Minnesota Association For Injured Peace Officers
To provide information and recommendations on available resources and benefits to injured officers and their families. We also help to alleviate other burdens during their time of crisis.
Minnesota Association for Injured Peace Officers
614 Aqua Circle
Lino Lakes, MN 55014
[U.K.] IODPA – Injury On Duty Pensioners Association
We are a community of former police officers all medically retired with an injury on duty award (IOD). This site provides the reader with a wealth of experience, knowledge and information collated by those living with an injury pension.
IODPA – Injury On Duty Pensioners Association