Customized Programs Exclusively for the RCMP

EHN Guardians’ RCMP Navigation Plan can help you find your way to recovery.

Every day, when RCMP members go to work, they face difficult decisions and dangerous situations. As a result, they experience addiction and mental health disorders in disproportionate numbers. But treatment from EHN Guardians is customized for their unique work and experiences.

The RCMP Navigation Plan from EHN Guardians can help RCMP members who are struggling with their mental health, substance use, or trauma symptoms find their way to the treatment they need. An effective treatment plan starts with a good assessment. Members may request a consultation with a clinician to discuss their concerns and determine next steps. During the call, we will determine what treatment options would be most effective, outline goals for treatment, help you determine if further assessment is needed, and recommend a plan for recovery.

PLEASE NOTE: This is not a crisis service, but rather a navigation line. If you’re in immediate danger or need urgent medical support, call 911 or a crisis line, or visit your nearest emergency room

Want to find out more about treatment options?

Here’s what you can expect when we contact you:

  • We will set time with a clinician to discuss your concerns.
  • We will first ensure you are safe and have the time and privacy to talk. Then we will review privacy and confidentiality guidelines and scope and intent of the assessment.
  • We will inform you of any screening tools used, their intention, and the results.
  • Impressions will be shared with you, and you will be invited to collaborate on a plan.

RCMP Face Increased Cases of Addiction and Trauma

A study released by the National Police Federation (NPF) found that “RCMP members reported on average exposure to at least 13 of the 17 different types of potentially psychologically traumatic events.”

And we are proud to say that the NPF has recommended our programs for trauma support across all divisions of the RCMP.

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RCMP members are six times more likely to screen positive for any mental health disorder than the general population.

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RCMP members are almost twice as likely to screen positively for Generalized Anxiety Disorder and Major Depressive Disorder as other public safety personnel.

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RCMP are more than twice as likely to screen positively for Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder and Panic Disorder.

Programs Designed for Mild, Moderate, and Severe Symptoms

Individual Counselling
For those with low severity who are looking to assess their mental health or deal with a specific or short-term concern.

Virtual Intensive Outpatient Program
For those with mild to moderate symptoms who can continue to work and stay home while receiving therapy.

Inpatient Treatment
For those with more severe symptoms, who would benefit from 24/7 medical supervision in a safe and supportive environment exclusively for first responders.

Want to find out more about treatment options?

Here’s what you can expect when we contact you:

  • We will set time with a clinician to discuss your concerns.
  • We will first ensure you are safe and have the time and privacy to talk. Then we will review privacy and confidentiality guidelines and scope and intent of the assessment.
  • We will inform you of any screening tools used, their intention, and the results.
  • Impressions will be shared with you, and you will be invited to collaborate on a plan.