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Treatment you need—without giving up the career you love.

Members of the military, veterans, and first responders (including police officers, fire fighters, paramedics, and healthcare professionals) face some of the most extreme situations on the job. 

As a result, they are more likely to experience mental health disorders, such as depression and anxiety, operational stress injuries and PTSD. They are also more likely to turn to substance use as an unhealthy coping mechanism.

EHN Canada’s Intensive Outpatient Programs (among the first of their kind in Canada) allow treatment without stepping away from a career that takes passion and dedication. 





They have risked their lives representing Canada on battlefields in the world’s most perilous regions.   They often return home with emotional and psychological scars, as more than 85% of Canadian service member have reported at least one instance of trauma.1

Firefighters are ready to save our lives, leaping into danger in a moment’s notice, often while risking their own. The selflessness often comes at a cost, with studies showing that 1 in 3 suffer from PTSD.2

Who is this program right for? 

When we are facing a medical emergency, paramedics are on the scene within minutes to help save lives. Yet, their work often takes a toll on their own health: 30.5% report stress, 40% anxiety, and 26.7% depression.3

Police officers bear witness to some of the most horrifying scenes, while putting themselves in the line of fire as well. In Canada, 36.7% of police officers report one or more mental health disorders.4 

Members struggling with their mental health or addiction have often felt that they had to choose between inpatient treatment and their responsibilities at work and at home 

EHN Online’s Intensive Outpatient Programs help bridge the gap between the attention of inpatient treatment and the freedom of outpatient options. They offer virtual, in-home treatment, so members are able to maintain commitments to both work and family.  

  • Trauma and operational stress injuries (OSI)
  • Substance addiction 
  • Mood & anxiety disorders 
  • Behavioural addictions (including sex and love addiction and problem gambling)



  • 8 weeks of therapy 
  • 9 hours of virtual group and individual counselling sessions per week 
  • 10 months of online aftercare to maintain healthy habits
  • The Wagon app to help patients set goals, track their progress, and monitor triggers 
  • Access to a team of strong clinical experts, specifically trained in online counselling 
  • And the flexibility and convenience of therapy from the comfort of home 

Think Intensive Outpatient Therapy might be right for you or your members?Contact us to find out more. 

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