Provider of a Safe Space for our Public Safety Personnel, Military and their Families- Members for Members
Throughout our various experiences (both professional & personal), we've realized that there are many gaps in services currently being offered when it comes to mental health, especially for our heroes putting their lives on the line. We have decided to fill some of these gaps with our very unique approach.
Providing occupational-specific inpatient/outpatient mental health care exclusively for First Responders and Uniform Personnel. Caring for those who serve and protect us. Enriching lives of our First Responders and Uniform Personnel so they are constructive family members and sound contributors to their communities and organizations.
Our vision is to offer leading edge, evidence-based mental health services with accelerated access for First Responders and Uniform Personnel on an inpatient/outpatient basis.
Our initial focus will be to provide services in two or three facilities in Ontario. Over time we expect to have facilities to support service delivery across Canada.
Our services will be leading-edge and constantly evolving through the adoption of known best practices and the support of new research programs to advance innovation in the field.
The Haven will represent a unique partnership between governments, academia, the private sector and First Responders and Uniform Personnel.
Providing a safe environment with mindfulness applications, physical health opportunities along with evidence-based mental health programs supporting addiction comorbidity with professional psychological and medical supervision is our overall goal.
Our specific treatment goals are:
Provide timely access for specialized mental health and addiction treatment programs specific to First Responders and Uniform Personnel.
Provide a wide range of programming and services for the unique needs of the individual. This includes, inpatient, outpatient, community based in-home treatment options.
Provide customized treatment plans to address the unique needs of the individual.
Support the successful reintegration of the client into everyday family life, work and community.
Provide proactive education, resources and programming for organizations in order to prevent the necessity of treatment.
To support improved understanding of opportunities to adopt a preventative, proactive stance as well as a reactive stance if necessary through proper informative, evidence-based processes.
To be well versed in leading edge, evidence-based treatment as well as Bill 163/C211, Government’s PTSD/Suicide Prevention Strategy, The Coroner’s Report in order to be able to implement the above processes and support members/clients effectively.