CAF Members / Veterans
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CAF Members / Veterans

Having an OSI can be difficult. You may avoid family and friends or stop doing things that you once enjoyed. Your family may also start avoiding the same things, as they may adapt their behaviours, moods and routines to yours. You may feel guilt or frustration because you are struggling with your physical or mental health concerns.

Getting Help

There is a community around you that is going through what you are right now. OSISS can help you tap into our community and its compassion, wisdom and experience. Whether it is one-on-one or group activities, you have the choice of what type of support to participate in. Your first step is to contact an OSISS Coordinator. They will provide hope, acceptance and non-judgement as someone who has walked in your shoes. 

OSISS interactions are kept confidential and respectful, at all times. We always ensure your safety is paramount.