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Posted: April 19, 2018 7:00 a.m.

On April 6, we asked public safety personnel to respond to the Humboldt Broncos tragedy. Now it's our turn. Donate today to #KeepingThemStrong.
On April 6, we asked public safety personnel to respond to the Humboldt Broncos tragedy. Now it's our turn. Donate today to #KeepingThemStrong. External Relations

Every day, on the front lines and behind the scenes across our nation, first responders and other public safety personnel keep people safe, working to save lives in times of crisis, emergency and disaster.

On Friday, April 6, 2018 public safety personnel responded to the tragic Humboldt Broncos accident. The impact of this tragedy is far-reaching, the work of public safety personnel is ongoing, and the University of Regina is in a unique position to help.

Home to the Canadian Institute for Public Safety Research and Treatment (CIPSRT), the University is internationally recognized for work in clinical psychology, particularly PTSD and other operational stress injuries.

Along with partners, Wounded Warriors Canada and Tema Conter Memorial Trust, the University is seeking financial support for the newly established #KeepingThemStrong initiative. Funds raised will support the delivery of evidenced-based treatment and peer support programming for public safety personnel involved in the Humboldt Broncos tragedy.

Dr. Vianne Timmons, University of Regina President and Vice-Chancellor, says CIPSRT researchers have spent countless hours with public safety personnel working to understand the impact their daily work has on their lives and on the lives of those they love.

"During this incredibly difficult time, it is crucial that we continue reaching out with a helping hand to ensure that those who serve us stay strong, and that their mental health is addressed every bit as much as their physical health. The University of Regina is in a position to be able to offer that help,” says Timmons. “’From many peoples, strength,’ our provincial motto, has never been more true. Let’s work together to support and protect the mental health of those who serve and protect us 365 days a year by #KeepingThemStrong.”

Please consider donating today to #KeepingThemStrong.