President and Co-Founder
I am proud to strengthen and support Toronto Police Families.
As Blue Families, we understand this life. I am proud to serve and your families.
Communications & Social Media Coordinator
Building a community of TPS families bring me joy. It is a great way to ensure no one ever feels alone.
I love supporting TPS families by seeking programming that strengthens and supports their families.
My role is crucual to providing sustainable for funding for program I believe in.
Peer Case Manager
I am proud to support you and your family on your path to wellness.
Brand Ambassador Coordinator
I am passionate about connecting with my colleagues who are struggling. You are not alone
Police families experience a unique set of social struggles. It's an honour to plan safe spaces where they can connect with eachother.
Peer Support Coordinator
Peer Support provides a valuable mental health benefit in your personal toolbox. As the coordinator of peer support I am a part of your wellness strategy and deliver a resource I am proud of.
Peer Case Manager
I am here to support you on your wellness journey. With our team, you are never alone.
Dilnaz Garda, a high school teacher with the York Regional District School Board, is dedicated to sharing her personal experience with mental illness in the hopes of encouraging others to share their stories and join in the movement of normalizing discussion around mental health. In 2016, tragedy struck her family when Toronto Police Constable Darius Garda, brother of Dilnaz, died by suicide while dealing with PTSD and other mental health issues. As the current Chair of the TBTB Board of Directors, Dilnaz works to make a sustainable cultural shift in the area of mental health and well-being for TPS officers/members and their families.
Dr. Vivien Lee, PhD, C.Psych. is a clinical psychologist and founder of the Centre for Trauma Recovery & Growth in Toronto, ON. She specializes in trauma, PTSD, depression, and anxiety and has extensive experience working with and training first responders (e.g., police, paramedics, firefighters, corrections, dispatchers) and military. Particular interests for Dr. Lee also include optimizing peer support and family support.