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BOS is a resiliency based program that empowers frontline workers to take charge of their mental health. The program uniquely combines theoretical and experiential learning procedures to mitigate the effects of operational stress. As we work to continue to understand the impact of operational stress, our evidence tells us we can provide tools to proactively cushion the impact of public safety personnel’s work so that they can do their jobs without tragic consequences. While it is understood that public safety employees will inevitably be exposed to operational stress, that does not mean they are destined to have their lives ruined by the psychological effects of their work.
In partnership with the Canadian Institute for Public Safety Research and Treatment (CIPSRT) Wayfound Mental Health Group is thrilled to offer the BOS program through the financial support from the Pulbic Health Agency of Canada. For a limited time, this evidence backed mental health support is available to frontline workers across Canada at no cost.
We are excited to be able to offer BOS as three unique formats. You can choose from the three options below which ONE is the best fit for you.
Read about the program delivery options below to help you decide on how you would like to receive BOS training.
BOS Online is a good program delivery choice if the information below appeals or applies to you:
BOS Peer is a good program delivery choice if the information below appeals or applies to you:
If you have determined that BOS Peer is the right program for you and you have a registration code from your employer, please click the registration to continue.
*If you did not receive a code from your employer please see below.
BOS Intensive is a good program delivery choice if the information below appeals or applies to you:
BOS Intensive Enrollment Suitability: You may have had previous or current mental health support in the past but it is not a requirement. You may be symptomatic but are not currently experiencing active suicidal ideation or symptoms of psychosis.*
*If you are experiencing active suicidal ideation or symptoms of psychosis, please access our resource page for psychological support.
BOS Intensive Service Locations: