Supporting Families and Children of Fallen First Responders 
  "Family And Children of Emergency Services"


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The Canadian Critical Incident Stress Foundation is honoured to announce the first support camp for families and children of fallen Emergency Service workers. As a national organization, the Canadian Critical Incident Stress Foundation recognizes the need not only to support our active duty emergency personnel but to also support and never forget the families and children of those members that have made the ultimate sacrifice.

By its very nature, Emergency Services are a high risk occupation which could result in a tragic loss, not only to Line of duty death but also suicide of an active or retired member. The loss of a member to a family is tremendous and incredibly challenging to deal with but to a child can be even greater. Many children experience feelings of confusion, anger, fear, isolation and depression

Camp F.A.C.E.S. aims to provide families who have suffered this tragic loss the opportunities to be with others who have experienced similar loss. With trained personnel and mental health oversight, these families will have the opportunity to experience some normalcy all while developing life long friendship.


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Camp F.A.C.E.S. 

Help us bring camp F.A.C.E.S. to life!! The CCISF is committed to supporting families of fallen first responders and will be hosting our 4th annual Camp F.A.C.E.S. summer of 2018.  In order to meet these needs we rely on the generosity of individuals and businesses for their support.  To get involved and help, please click here



Camp FACES aims to build life long friendships


Camp FACES is a place to feel normal


Camp FACES looks to celebrate each individuals personal triumphs