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1. National Centre for PTSD

Information about PTSD and other disorders and problems associated with trauma, including a quick self test to screen for PTSD, a description of some treatment options, and advice related to coping with trauma and/or finding a qualified therapist.

2. Saskatchewan Health Post-Trauma Stress

General information about trauma from the government of Saskatchewan.

3. Saskatchewan Health Service Finder

Offers a list of contacts throughout Saskatchewan for different health concerns ranging from mental health to physical health.

4. Canadian Psychological Association Traumatic Stress Section

Tips for taking care of yourself while experiencing stress related trauma.

5. Mental Health Canada

Provides a search tool to help you find a mental health provider in your area, and also has links to crisis intervention services. Also contains mental health information for a variety of disorders and concerns.

6. Canadian Mental Health Association (Saskatchewan Division)

A volunteer-based organization which aims to support and promote the rights of persons with mental illness to maximize their full potential, and to promote and enhance the mental health and well-being of all members of the community.

7. ACEs Too High

Provides information related to how adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) are related to problems later in life. Allows readers to calculate their ACE scores, and provides graphs from research showing the association between ACEs and problems with physical health, mental health, and social functioning.

8. Health Policy: Why Social Context Matters

A short article from the online news publication Prevention Action discussing the importance of understanding social context when it comes to health policy.

9. Why Do People Have Different Responses to Trauma?

A resource from Women's College Hospital describing factors that may impact a person's response to trauma.