Bravery Blends donates $1 from every bag of coffee sold to programs that contribute to PTSD support, awareness & treatment. Below are some of the initiatives we donate to.
Wounded warriors canada
Whether it is through mental health challenges, the pioneering initiatives they fund through third party partnerships, or their individual support management Hand Up program, Wounded Warriors is committed to ensuring they provide a diverse set of programs and services for wounded soldiers and their families. Highlighted below is an example of some their initiatives and the proud partnerships they have forged.
Visit them online at: www.woundedwarriors.ca
“COPE” or “Couples Overcoming PTSD Everyday” is a new and innovative program that uses the power of the “group” to learn how to manage PTSD in the home. Treating the individual diagnosed with PTSD in isolation misses a major component on the path to better health and happier life.
Visit them online at: copecanada.com
CAN PRAXIs - equine ptsd therapy
While the Canadian Forces uses team building, communications training and leadership development to prepare soldiers for war, Can Praxis uses horses to help soldiers recover from it and regain their family relationships.
Visit them online at: canpraxis.com
We help those who spend their lives helping you
The men and women of our emergency, public safety, and military services see tragic events every day. They witness human suffering up close, and it sometimes becomes challenging to cope with the aftermath.
The result sometimes means that they will suffer from lasting memories that just won't go away. Recalling the smells, remembering the sounds and reliving the witnessed events sometimes haunt these men and women for life.
Through research, education, training, and through the provision of peer and psychological support, we aim to help these men and women when they need it most.
Help us, help them.
Visit them online at: Tema.ca
Our Peace Officers, Fire Fighters, Emergency Medical Services, 911 Dispatch and Military Personnel face frustrating and devastating situations on the work front and then find themselves working hard to find a balanced life perspective on the home front.
- Our Mission: Provide empathetic support that builds resiliency individually and within our First Responder and Military Families.
- Our Vision: That all First Responder and Military Personnel have user friendly access to resources to build resiliency and reduce the stigma of mental health concerns as an individual and/or as a family.
Our Values: Family, Empathy, Diversity and Inclusivity, Confidentiality, Collaboration, Integrity
Visit them online at: https://legacyplacesociety.com