Multiplied By One PTSD & Dissociative Disorder Org

Multiplied By One: Trauma & Dissociative Disorders Org

NonProfit Organization

Multiplied By One Org is a nonprofit organization offering services and support to those with Dissociative Identity Disorder (DID), OSDD, Complex Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (C-PTSD), depersonalization, derealization, fugue, and Maladaptive Daydreaming.

App for DID/OSDD Systems

In production by a team of volunteer developers


A rich list of resources for trauma related dissociation

Programs and Services | Multiplied By One

Online Support Groups

Online support groups for dissociative disorders and for families/partners of DID/OSDD systems

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Real Eyez Nation Magazine

A quarterly eMagazine on PTSD and dissociative disorders for the community and professionals


Helpline & Text Chat

A helpline with text chat option for PTSD and dissociative disorder related crisis and resources



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Statistics on Dissociation

1 %
Experience a dissociative episode in their lifetime
1 %
Dissociate to the point of the classification of a disorder
1 %
Deserve Support

Your Impact Through donating

They say, the squeaky wheel gets the grease. We prefer to join voices with a resounding roar. With your help, our reach, our work, meets with the impact of your kindness. Consider donating.

Become a Sponsor

Sponsor a membership for those needing assistance! We will not turn anyone away. With your help, services are guaranteed to not only be available, but for this organization to optimally continue its work.

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Be informed when a new program or service is released, or stay in the know for how you can be of help, or when to participate.

Contact Us

Email: [email protected]

Phone: 1-778-653-5007 (Canada)

Mailing Address: Multiplied By One Org
5307 Victoria Drive #993
Vancouver, BC V5P 3V6


Providing an access point in self-help, information, and qualified support


To instil a validation of individual experience that is so widespread, it fills the gap in mental health equality


Authenticity: Be true to our values; wear them and live by them.

Inclusivity: Dedication to making support & services accessible for all.

Allyship: People come first. Help them up.

Community: A collaboration with peers to create a pillar of positive change and camaraderie.