Advocacy and Accountability – An important facet of our work is advocacy with external organizations and stakeholder groups to ensure they take into account the voice of the survivors of MST in the Canadian Armed Forces.
Informal Peer Support & Social Network – Members on their own healing journeys provide invaluable help to newcomers who are beginning to navigate the many complexities of the healing journey.
Any information or advice provided is to be carefully considered by every individual for how it can help.
Information Highway - INJ700 is a conduit of information for our members. Whether it be to find information on services available, research, or other initiatives, volunteers endeavour to keep up to date to provide the most current information. Additionally, members are valuable in providing hints on navigating the many complexities of the MST journey.
"Nothing About Us, Without Us"
Having a tough time at night or on a weekend?
In our Private Facebook Group, with members across Canada, someone normally will be available at some point who are
willing to lend an ear or give lived experience feedback.
You can also find useful online apps and websites in our Resources section to get instant tools to help.
A gentle reminder, all support and advice given is from members on their own healing journey
with no professional qualifications.
You can also find resources in our Crisis Line section.
If your situation is an emergency, please call 911.
Since its inception, IJ700 (now INJ700) has had over 43,000 visitors and 82,000 views on its website, and we have over 14oo Followers on our Twitter account at: https://twitter.com/ItsNotJust700
We also maintain an inspirational Instagram account at: Instagram
There are 590 active members in our Private Facebook Group.
"We are a passionate group of volunteers who collaborate with stakeholders, both within government agencies and civil society, to share our lived experience to help end the scourge of sexual misconduct in the CAF."
Our primary goal is to facilitate healing through camaraderie, provide guidance on what resources are available to the best of our collective knowledge, and support our brothers and sisters who have experienced service-related sexual trauma.
To join the Private Facebook group, you must be a Veteran or serving CAF member; answer the admission questions, and agree to the Group rules.
Because of IJ700 ... I have been able to move along in my journey of healing. I owe them a lot.