Survivor Support

Connecting with support to help you in your grief journey can feel daunting. We have partnered with local organizations to help you navigate these complex and painful feelings. CanadaBTB is honoured to offer 1:1 peer support with peer support professionals who have experienced loss to suicide, homicide and natural causes. We are here to support you and we are truly sorry for your loss.

Peer Support

At CanadaBTB we believe that Peer Support is a valuable resource in helping our police service members and their families. We are here to relate and support you in times of need…

Lighthouse

Lighthouse, offers free support for the entire family as each person navigates their unique journey through grief, loss, and change.

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“Let me start off by saying thank you. It is critical to the health and wellbeing of our officers that they have strong support structures in place. I know it is not easy for families of officers, the toll that shift work takes on missed holidays and family events. I support you, your families, and our officers who do a tremendous job day in and day out.”

Roger Chaffin

CPS Chief

“Do you know how long I have wished there was more support for TPS families?! It’s a daily struggle being the spouse of an officer without anyone that really understands how it feels. I am so thankful this exists now!”

Lisa Clarke

TBTB MEMBER

“Having BTB provides me a sense of support and community. At any level of involvement, you can feel secure in knowing you have a group that’s got your back with the same vision and passion for caring that you do. From being a resource to providing support – you know you’re not alone if you’ve got Beyond the Blue in your corner.”

Jane McDonald

CBTB MEMBER

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