Championing a dynamic motion picture workforce in B.C. that is equitable, diverse and inclusive.

Calltime Mental Health

Assisting workers and employers grappling with mental health and addiction issues both in and out of the workplace


Calltime: Mental Health

About 1 in 4 adults in the U.S. and Canada has symptoms of a mental health disorder, a substance-abuse disorder, or both. Sadly, most do not get proper care for the problem, often due to fears of social stigma, an inability to recognize their need for help, or lack of information & access to resources. This is no different within the BC Film sector.

The Calltime Mental Health campaign has been developed to support BC motion picture workers and their families, reduce the stigma related to mental health and substance use concerns, and to ensure that BC motion picture 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 Society has been created by a committee composed of representatives of each of the six BC Film Sector Unions – IATSE 891, ICG 669, Teamsters 155, UBCP/ACTRA, ACFC West. Local 2020 Unifor, and DGC BC and their associated Health Benefit plans.. The 6 BC film union locals have generously provided initial funding for this initiative.
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