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PSPNET was founded to support the mental health and wellbeing of public safety personnel (PSP) or first responders

Click here for online therapy for PSP

PSPNET Families provides resources for family members of public safety personnel (PSP) or first responders

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PSPNET is not an emergency or crisis service.
In the event of an emergency or if you are in crisis, call 911 or go to the nearest hospital emergency room.

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If you are a current or former PSP or a family member of a PSP, we can help direct you to the best resources and course options for you.

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Who are Public Safety Personnel (PSP)?

Public Safety Personnel (PSP) is a broad term that includes individuals (career and volunteer) that ensure the safety of Canadians. Some examples include:

Border Services Officers

Correctional Workers

Firefighters

Indigenous emergency managers

Operational and intelligence personnel

Paramedics

Police (municipal, provincial, federal)

Public safety communicators

Search and rescue personnel

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