Through the BC Operational Stress Injury (OSI) Clinic, we offer an outpatient program where clients who live with mental health conditions related to a post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) or OSI and their families can find comprehensive clinical assessment and treatment services under one roof.
What services are provided?
We provide psychological and/or psychiatric assessment and if an OSI or PTSD is confirmed, our team will then develop a treatment plan that best fits the client?s needs.
Is there a cost for this service?
There is no cost to clients who have been referred by Veterans Affairs Canada, Canadian Forces or the RCMP.
How can I access this service?
Regular and Reserve Members of Canadian Forces: Speak with your medical officer or social worker on the base to discuss your concern.
Current members of the RCMP: Speak with your health services officer or RCMP psychologist.
Retired Canadian Forces or retired RCMP: Speak with Veterans Affairs Canada National Client Contact Centre at: 1 (866) 522-2122 (English) or 1 (866) 522-2022 (French)
To talk to a peer support coordinator, call the Operational Stress Injury Social Support (OSISS) Program: 1 (800) 883-6094
Once the BC OSI Clinic receives a referral, our intake coordinator will review it for confirmation of a mental health diagnosis and will ensure all documentation is complete.
Visit the BC OSI website for more informaiton.
?Services are provided to British Columbia and Yukon residents who are veterans, members of the Canadian Forces (Regular and Reserve) and members of the RCMP who have an Operational Stress Injury as well as their families.