Support Toronto's First Responders

100% of your donation is used to provide mental health support services to the first responders involved in the tragic events that took place in Toronto on April 23rd, 2018.

Words cannot express the magnitude of what has happened in Toronto, Ontario. It is unimaginable to think of what the First Responders confronted and its imperative that we are there for them in their time of need.  

In partnership with Wounded Warriors Canada, Tema.ca, and the Canadian Institute for Public Safety Research and Treatment (CIPSRT), we have created the Toronto First Responders Fund. 100% of the proceeds will be used to provide mental health support to all first responders involved in this tragic event.

We understand that this has just happened and the adrenaline will carry most of the members for the days and weeks ahead. It is why our programs outlined below will be made available, anytime and at no cost, to those affected and their families. 

AVAILABLE SUPPORT PROGRAMS 

Peer Support and Family Assistance Line

1-888-288-8036

TBTB Peer Support For Toronto Police Members and Family Members

If you are a TPS member or family member of TPS that would like to talk, process these events, and seek out peer support we are here for you. We've got your six. Please reach out to us at info@torontobeyondtheblue.com

TEMA Programs

Peer Support and Family Assistance Fund

Mental Health Professional Referral Program

First Responder Trauma Prevention and Peer Support Training

WOUNDED WARRIOR Programs

COPE (Couples Overcoming PTSD Everyday)

Couples-based PTSD Equine Therapy

Trauma Resiliency Program

PLEASE DONATE TODAY

Help us, help them. 

Charitable Organization #700398498RR0001

Contact Us: info@TorontoBeyondTheBlue.com

Information Line: (647) 864-TBTB (8282) 

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