QUICK TRAUMA CARE KIT

76.1 % of the population experience a serious trauma in their lifetime.

Experiences like natural disasters including the COVID19 pandemic; acts of violence; motor vehicle accidents; sexual & physical assaults; acts of terror; combat experiences and more can lead to post-traumatic stress

Healing is possible and YOU are not alone

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YOU MIGHT NOTICE

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THE RIGHT CARE HELPS

Trauma Therapy Free Supports

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ONLINE, GROUPS, & COMMUNITIES

AVOIDING TRAUMA REMINDERS Withdrawal from people, situations, locations, activities

NEGATIVE THOUGHTS & FEELINGS Feeling sad, numb having negative thoughts about life and the world.

FEELING ON EDGE It is common to feel tense, jittery, struggle with sleep, get angry, irritable and more...

EDUCATE YOURSELF -

PTSD: Beyond Trauma Documentary.

Wellness Together Portal https://ca.portal.gs/

Immediate Assistance Text Wellness to 741741 if you are in distress call 911

QUICK - Trauma Screen at https://www.ementalhealth.ca/

Telehealth Ontario at 1-866-797-0000(toll free) A registered nurse can with any health matters, including depression, anxiety or other mental health concerns.

Crisis Services Canada: 1-833-456-4566 or text 45645 https://www.crisisservicescanada.ca/en/

E-TRAUMA CARE & Virtual Support WhatisPTSD.com

Request FREE ACCESS info@whatisptsd.com

TRAUMA RECOVERY & INFO VIDEOS YouTube.com/whatsisptsd

RESILIENCY & RECOVERY – support groups at TraumaPratice.org

PERSONAL STRATEGIES - Breathing, Meditating, Journaling, Exercise, Yoga, Qigong, Tai-Chi

CONNECT WITH PEOPLE - Spend time with trusted helping professionals, family and friends

WHEN YOU OR SOMEONE YOU KNOW NEEDS HELP

Show Up | Be Patient | Listen | Learn | Create Routines | Get Help Understand Triggers & Strong Emotions | Commit to Self-Care Put Safety First | Choose Love |