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Veterans Transition Network

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We run 10-day Transition Programs to struggling Veterans across Canada, delivering much-needed group therapy for depression, PTSD, and suicidal thoughts. Our teams consist of specialized Psychologists working together with Veteran program...

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We run 10-day Transition Programs to struggling Veterans across Canada, delivering much-needed group therapy for depression, PTSD, and suicidal thoughts.

Our teams consist of specialized Psychologists working together with Veteran program gradautes, which attracts many Veterans have never sought professional help or have rejected other available services.

Graduates of our programs report life-altering changes, reconnecting with family, community, and career. In 18 years, not a single Veteran who has gone through our program has committed suicide.

Since many Veterans move back to their hometowns after leaving service, a major cost for us is flying them in to receive treatment. Your Aeroplan contributions will be spent either on bringing them to our clinicians, or flying our clinicians in to them.

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  • Fantastic, caring, non-judgmental, life changing.

    We are ecstatic about your response to our call for Aeroplan Miles.   Thank you to everyone who has donated. Your Aeroplan Miles Donations will fly 9 participants, and cover... Read more »

  • Donation Goals Reached for 2016!

    This was our first year with Aeroplan donations, and it was incredible to see the amount of support from the public! Often Veterans who struggle with PTSD end up living in remote areas, avoiding the stress and noise of city life. Unfortunately, this often means that they are far away from... Read more »

  • "Men Don't Cry"

    Bruno Mathieu knows how it feels to be in a fire. As a teenager, he was a volunteer firefighter in his hometown of Beauceville, Quebec. His father was deputy fire chief and would often be behind the wheel of the fire truck as the crew responded to calls. The truck contained just two... Read more »

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