Health Promotion

Focusing on Prevention Want to be at your healthiest? Then invest in your wellbeing!

Dundonald Hall Building P-118
57 Festubert Blvd.
Petawawa, ON K8H 2X3
Tel 613-687-5511 x4685

Beginning the week of March 1st, Health Promotion will resume in-person classroom learning. Check the January to March schedule for the courses we are offering. Remember to follow the Petawawa Health Promotion Facebook page to stay up to date.

Registration for all Health Promotion Courses is through PSP ONLINE.

We are here to support you. Whether in person or virtually our goal is to support our CAF community to achieve optimal health and wellness.

Follow the Petawawa Health Promotion Facebook page or email us at if you have any questions or requests.
Need to reach us for information or support?  Send us an email, we’d be happy to chat.

Dana Lawson – Manager Health Promotion – 
Kevin Strachan – Health Promotion Specialist – 
Lucie Martin - Health Promotion Specialist – 
Trina Mansour - Health Promotion Specialist –
Genevieve Blanchard – Health Promotion Administrative Assistant –

Good health is essential, both to the well-being of CAF members and to the operational effectiveness of our military.  The CAF is committed to health promotion (HP) by providing the environment, tools and information to enhance health and reduce or eliminate high risk behaviours among its personnel and their families.  

HP initiatives must be inclusive of community members and be developed in synergy with the immediate working and personal environment.  To achieve this, CAF HP programs will strive to build healthy public policy, create supportive environments for health, strengthen CAF community action, develop personal skills and contribute to reorienting health services.

Who can take our FREE courses?  CAF Personnel, their families and members of the Defence Team.

Similar to the two Supervisor Training workshops that have a MITE code, many Health Promotion workshops have an HRMS code that may be added to personnel’s MPRR upon successful completion.

To find out more about these programs and services, please contact the Health Promotion Office at 613-687-5511 x4685 or EMAIL.

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