Advancing Peer Support Programming to Address PTSD and Trauma Among Canadian Public Safety Personnel and Veterans

The Advancing Peer Support Programming project will provide a coordinated national approach to peer support for public safety personnel, enable evidence-based improvements and standardization, and ultimately lead to independent nationally-recognized accreditations.
The National Peer Support Community Network is an ongoing project that will publish their work in March 2024. If you would like to learn more about this project, access the link below.


Introduction to National Peer Support Community Network

Get an introduction to Peer Support: Stream 1 from Laryssa Lamrock, co-chair of the National Peer Support Community Network.

Lessons Learned

“The importance of the Peer Support Community Network was identified because there isn’t really a network of folks to be able to come together to talk about peer support specific to PSP and Veterans and their families.”  

Hear from Laryssa Lamrock and Beth Millard about the lessons that Advancing Peer Support Programming: National Peer Support Community Network learned. 

Project Team

Nicholas Carleton, Project Lead

Nicole Sherren, Research Lead

Gabrielle Dupuis, Research Associate

Leo Goudal, Research Associate

Tara McFadden, Research Associate

Laryssa Lamrock, Research Associate

Alex Kollo, Research Associate

Beth Milliard, Research Associate