Powerful. Empowering. Life-saving.
Those who put their lives at risk to keep us safe often need some help themselves. EHN Canada is proud to have programs designed to specifically address the addiction and mental health concerns of the most heroic members of our communities: military service members, veterans, and first responders.
By voluntarily putting themselves in harm’s way, they are vulnerable to post-traumatic stress injuries and maladaptive coping strategies that can lead to the development of mood, anxiety, or substance-use disorders. Our inpatient programs can help. For treatment of trauma and psychological injury, we offer a seven-week program. For treatment of concurrent trauma with substance use disorder, our standard program duration is extended to nine weeks.
Statistics show that
10% of war zone Veterans will go on to experience PTSD. –Veterans Affairs Canada
22% of paramedics experience PSTD.
–Centre for Suicide Prevention
44% of first responders show signs of mental health disorders.
–Canadian Journal of Psychiatry
Our programs might be right for those active military service members, veterans, or first responders who are experiencing:
Think you might be suffering from PTSD or severe trauma? Take our screening questionnaire and one of our counsellors will contact you to discuss the results.
Taking into account the challenging experiences of military, veterans and first responders, our programs offer
Our research-based program elements include:
Patients in this program have the opportunity to learn valuable skills, including
Support from those who understand
Comprehensive Care from EHN Canada
What does an Intensive Aftercare Plan (IAP) include?
8 weeks of intensive treatment
9 hours of therapy per week
Up to 24 months of aftercare groups
IAP is available in-person (where safety precautions permit) or virtually through EHN Online, and is an option for any active service member, veteran, or first responder completing a full residential program for addiction or mood and anxiety, with or without concurrent trauma/PTSD.
These programs are available at*
Edgewood | Nanaimo, BC
Bellwood | Toronto, ON
Clinique Nouveau Départ | Montreal, QC
*All facilities are wheelchair accessible