Post Traumatic Stress Disorder

Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) is a psychiatric disorder that comes from experiencing a traumatic experience, such as events experienced on the battlefield in the military, a natural disaster, assault, abuse, or attacks. For organizations that can provide help and information to individuals with PTSD, and to those around them, please see below.

ORGANIZATION (website)PHONE
DESCRIPTION
LOCATION

Badge of Life Canada519-377-6959Help those who experience trauma in the line of police and corrections duty. [E/F]Canada
Canadian Mental Health Association416-646-5557Information on PTSD and how to find help [E/F]Canada
The Emotional Health CBT Clinic514-485-7772CBT for PTSD [E/F]Montreal (Cote-des-Neiges)
eMentalHealth.caWebsiteInformation and resources for PTSD [E/F]ON
Family Information Line - Canadian Forces Morale & Welfare Services1-800-866-4546Health and Wellness help for military spouses and their children. [E/F]Montreal (Canada)
Government of Quebec (Health)1-877-644-4545Description, treatment and help resources [E/F]QC
Mayo ClinicWebsiteInformation on how to help a loved one with PTSD [E]USA
Member Assistance Program (Canadian Armed Forces)1-800-268-7708Support services for people in the military and their families. [E/F]Canada
PTSD AssociationWebsiteResources and information on PTSD [E]Canada
Transitions to Communities514-487-0165 (Montreal)Provides mental health knowledge, self-awareness, coping strategies, employment and skills development for veterans. [E/F]Canada (AB,ON,QC)
Trauma & PTSDWebsiteResources on services across Canada [E/F]Canada (QC)
Wounded Warriors Canada1-888-706-4808Programs, animal assisted therapy, resiliency training for Veterans, First Responders, and their families (including children and youth) [E/F] $Canada