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Supporting our First Responders and their families in the mitigation of disabling stress and those families left behind due to line of duty death, suicide or sudden death.

Helping Wounded Hearts Heal 

Where friendships grow, self-confidence blossoms and resiliency builds.  

 The CCISF is honoured to support our first responders and their families, who have been impacted by trauma and loss. Our deepest gratitude to our dedicated volunteers, donors, and supporters, who have helped bring our vision and efforts to life.


Camp Faces is hosted by the 

Canadian Critical Incident Stress Foundation

See link below:

Camp F.A.C.E.S. Support Camp

Is an initiative dedicated to families who have suffered the tragic loss of a family member from Emergency Services in Canada. This camp supports surviving families of LODD, Suicide and Sudden Death

Camp F.A.C.E.S. PTSD Retreats

Is an initiative dedicated to families living with a First Responder diagnosed with PTSD.


Family Resources

Looking for more resources? here are some helpful tools to assist you and your family.

What our campers are saying

The opportunity to spend quality time with caring, inspiring and genuine  people who understand or have been on the same rocky and twisted path trying to heal a broken heart was priceless.

I think that Camp FACES has been a unique vehicle that through the group discussions, team building, competing, learning and creative activities, it has reduced those stumbling blocks into stepping stones and greatly helped in the healing process


Thank you to our many supporters and donors

The CCISF is committed to supporting families of our First Responders.  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



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