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BC First Responders' Mental Health website

Title translated into English

BC First Responders' Mental Health website

Website URL (http:// or https://)

https://bcfirstrespondersmentalhealth.com

Content

This website links first responders with events, initiatives, programs, and resources that the First Responders Mental Health Steering Committee and individual first responder agencies make available to help reduce the stigma of mental illness.

Message

Share it. Don't wear it. This tagline was created based on research with first responders, in order to be the framework to drive leaders in the first responder community to speak on mental health.

Background

WorkSafeBC has seen a significant increase in the number of mental health claims registered by paramedics. We  brought first responder organizations across B.C.  to work together to actively promote positive mental health and provide the leadership and best practices (resources, awareness, education, training, and supports) that first responders, their communities, and leaders need.

Target Group

First responders and dispatchers (and their leaders) across B.C. In scope groups include policing, fire fighters, First Nations Emergency Support Services, paramedics, and Canada Border Services Agency.

Campaign


Awareness

Awards

Dr. Joseph H. Cohen award

Contact details Editor / Production company

WorkSafeBC
6951 Westminster Hwy, ca-V7C 1C6 Richmond
+1-604-214-6778 https://www.worksafebc.com