Canadian Legacy Project has been hard at work developing programs for our Canadian military veterans who are having a challenging time transitioning to civilian live. Our focus has been developing programs and partnerships which are not currently being offered through Veterans Affairs and to ensure that the needs for our veterans are being met. We are excited to give our supporters an update on what we have been working on over the last few months and want to thank you for your continued support. In this edition of Big Voice we will review the new PTSD Peer to Peer program, Canadian Legacy Projects Mount Royal University Bursary, the Entrepreneurial Business Boot Camp at Mount Royal University, the Veterans Association Foodbank partnership, and Homes for Heroes.
New PTSD Peer to Peer Program
Canadian Legacy Project is thrilled to support Project Healing Waters Fly Fishing Canada. This national program is designed to support our veterans suffering with PTSD through outdoor recreation and peer to peer programming. The vision is to become recognized across the country as an important leader in the field of therapeutic outdoor recreation for Veterans through its successful application of the sport of fly fishing as a rehabilitation tool. Canadian Legacy Project is confident that our support will help the program grow across Canada and help more veterans in their time of need. This is a free program for our Canadian Military veterans who are suffering with PTSD.