Programs & Events

The programming offered through BTB are vital initiatives designed to address the unique mental health challenges faced by law enforcement members and their families. These programs offer a range of services aimed at promoting psychological well-being, including care navigation, peer support, stress management workshops, and access to mental health resources. By prioritizing the mental health needs of police members and their families, these initiatives not only enhance the resilience and coping skills of individuals within law enforcement but also strengthen the overall family dynamics and community bonds. Through proactive measures and compassionate support, these programs aim to mitigate the impact of occupational stressors, foster healthier work-life balance, and create a culture of mental wellness within the law enforcement community.

TALK Peer Support

At BTB we believe that peer support is a valuable resource in helping our law enforcement members and their families navigate challenges faced. We offer a multi-pronged approach to support and removes barriers to seeking support. We are here to relate and support you in times of need. In the BTB family, you will not walk along in your journey. This support is self-directed and entirely confidential. It is important to note that we will never share your information.

BTB National Brand Ambassador

BTB Brand Ambassadors play a very important and diverse role. You can directly support your colleagues and family members as you become a point person and BTB insider.

Hold Me Tight

This couples’ workshop is designed around seven conversations based on the best-selling book Hold Me Tight, all of which have been shown to be essential to successful relations. You will learn how to understand and improve your relationship through presentations by the workshop leaders, private exercises and conversations with your partner.

 

Workplace Wellbeing

This interactive workshop is designed to provide a general understanding of stress and coping through discussion and case studies. Participants will explore topics that are impacting police member mental health including stereotypes, moral injury, barriers, shift in perspectives, and circle of control. Participants will leave with a stronger understanding and confidence on how to “notice, listen, and connect” with their membership and have immediate tools and resources. (2-3 hours)

Trauma Informed Leadership

This interactive workshop is designed to provide leaders with a better understanding of the needs of their membership with regards to workplace injuries and pathways to return to work. Participants discuss the various stakeholders involved and discuss the barriers and opportunities during a critical transitional period and how to balance policy and procedure using a trauma informed approach. (3-4 hours)

BTB Virtual Family Call & Connect

Please drop in virtually and connect with law enforcement families who are feeling the same anxiety and worry. We are here to support each other and listen. Grab a tea, get comfortable and let’s talk. This peer support allows for families to network and understand that there are resources and support for them so that they can thrive as part of a police family. (1 hour)

 

New Recruit Workshop

This interactive workshop will allow new recruits to understand the power of proactive physical and mental health resources and supports. BTB will also share tools to help new recruits and their families transition into this new and exciting chapter and thrive in their roles for years to come. (1 hour)

New Police Family Workshop

Canada Beyond The Blue Police Family Workshop, designed especially for new police families. This interactive and informational workshop covers the unique role of a police family and the lifestyle changes that come with it. We provide practical tools and strategies to navigate the challenges and embrace the opportunities in your new journey. Participants will learn about effective communication, stress management, and building resilience within their family. Additionally, we will introduce you to our organization and connect you with a wealth of resources and support networks to help you get started. Join us to build a strong, informed, and supportive foundation for your police family. (1.5 hours)

BTB Family Guide to OSI- Operational Stress Injuries

Our OSI Family Guide Workshop is designed to support families of law enforcement members by providing essential knowledge and tools to understand and manage the effects of operational stress injuries (OSI). Participants will learn about the common signs and symptoms of OSIs, such as PTSD, anxiety, and depression, and how these can impact daily life and relationships. The workshop offers practical strategies for responding to these injuries, fostering resilience, and promoting mental well-being. Through interactive sessions, families will gain insights into effective communication, self-care, and coping mechanisms.  

(2 days)

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