Code 15 Project

Code 15 Project was founded with one simple goal: helping first responders dealing with psychological injuries. Code 15 Project is a hub for mental health resources, a fundraiser for these resources, and a group support system to show you that you are not alone. You’re more than a uniform, and it’s time to reclaim your …

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I see you. I see all of you.I see the Pain You try to hide behind that smile. I see the pain in your eyes. I feel that pain. I’ve lived in that Pain, I still do. I see the real you.  The person who constantly pushesThat pain down, to put others first, no matter how …

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What do you want?

“We, the unwilling,  led by the unknowing,  are doing the impossible  for the ungrateful.  We have done so much,  for so long,  with so little,  we are now qualified to do anything  with nothing.”  This is so true. We exist in this abusive relationship and keep coming back for more.  What do you want me to …

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In the nice restaurant,

Perfect for romancing my love,I have to sit with my back to the wall.I register two exits.Staff and clients combined, number 26. I analyze their behavior,While partially attending my wife,Who I am keenly aware,Feels my absence.She suffers in silence. She married a man in uniform,Knows its threads are woven into me,Beneath my trendy jeans and …

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CAN PRAXIS – Equine-Assisted therapy for OSI

Can Praxis EAL is a Canadian registered charity, and we provide mental health recovery programs for Canadian Veterans and First Responders (serving and retired) living with an Operational Stress Injury (OSI), such as Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). We incorporate equine therapy into our programs because horses understand us and can teach us about ourselves. Horses are …

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Ruck For Rememberance

Our mission is to band together as brothers and sisters while we raise awareness for those who most need our support. In order to raise awareness, we work together within our community and gather for fundraising events throughout the year that support organizations such as Wounded Warriors Canada.