Share it Don’t Wear It Awareness Survey

Dear Members:

Re: Share it Don’t Wear It Awareness Survey

As you may know, we sit on the BC First Responder Mental Health Committee – where 13 first

responder agencies, including BCEHS, together with WorkSafeBC, are working to reduce the stigma

of mental health. Recently we launched a campaign for first responders. This was not a public

campaign, but was created by us, for us, to help support this cause. We would like to understand if

you’ve seen or heard of the Share It Don’t Wear it mental health anti-stigma message, to help us

understand the impact and reach of the campaign so far as we plan for next steps. The main

objective of this campaign is to provide a framework for support to First Responders by addressing

the stigma that can surround talking about mental health and providing resources and opportunities

for discussion. The survey will take 5 to 10 minutes, depending on your responses. Please provide

your feedback by February 16th.

Please click here: (Survey link)

The survey is being managed by Lux Insights, a professional third-party market research firm based

in B.C., on behalf of the BC First Responders Mental Health Committee. Your answers will remain

anonymous and are reported in aggregate.

Thank you for your time – we really appreciate it.


Lindsay Kellosalmi Bob Parkinson

Chair, CISM Program Director, Health and Wellness

Ambulance Paramedics of BC Ambulance Paramedics of BC

CUPE Local 873 CUPE Local 873

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