The Calltime Mental Health campaign has been developed to support BC motion picture industry and performing arts workers and their families, reduce the stigma related to mental health and substance use concerns, and to ensure that BC motion picture industry and performing arts workers are aware of the services and benefits available to them through their Union Health Benefit Plans and broader resources that are available to the public.
Calltime Mental Health is an initiative created by British Columbia’s motion picture industry unions, driven by their vision statement:
We envision a future where motion picture industry workers come together as a Community of Care to help those with mental illness and substance abuse issues; a culture where everyone feels safe at work; and supported and empowered to ask for and offer help; where union staff and department managers and supervisors have access to training and resources to adequately address issues as they arise; and where impairment at work is seen as an occupational health and safety issue and is neither accepted nor condoned.
Calltime Mental Health provides important information including union resources and publicly available mental health and addiction resources.
Mental health and addiction resources are available through the British Columbia motion picture industry unions and guilds. Here you can find information for the appropriate organization for you, your friend or colleague, or your family member.
Publicly available mental health and addiction resources
- General mental health
- Alcohol and addiction
- For youth and young adults
- Canadian mental health resources