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NABET 700-M UNIFOR represents over 3000 Film, Television and New Media Technicians in the province of Ontario.

100 Lombard Street
Suite 303
Toronto, ON
M5C 1M3
Tel: 416-536-4827
Toll-free: 1-888-428-0362
Fax: 416-536-0859


Mental Health Resources


UNIFOR National has put together an extensive list of numerous resources that they will continue to be updating, to help bring awareness and make services accessible for those in need or those who would like to better support their loved ones during this time.


WellCan is brought to you by Morneau Shepell and a community of partners. It provides a hub for mental health resources and tools to help all Canadians maintain positive mental, physical, social and financial health during the COVID-19 pandemic.

WellCan provides the following resources and information:

  • Evidence-based health screenings to help Canadians evaluate risks of potential health problems relating to Depression, General Anxiety, Alcohol Use and Drug Abuse.
  • Content featuring articles, infographics, toolkits and more to help Canadians of all ages maintain positive mental, physical, social and financial well-being. 
  • Telehealth directory to help you navigate through public telehealth services and support resources within your province to help you take care of yourself at home or if you need to see a doctor.


Stronger Minds by BEACON is a free digital program for all Canadians, to support your mental well-being through the COVID-19 crisis. 

They provide resources and information on many issues including: Overcoming worry, fear and stress, staying positive and hopeful, dealing with isolation and loneliness, parenting, maintaining motivation, and getting better sleep. Through Stronger Minds you can access videos and quick reads from mental health experts, activities to help you gain resilience, and access to the Ask an Expert videos in response to questions they receive.


Internet-based Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (iCBT) programs provide access to a therapist through a digital platform accessible anywhere, within 24 hours.

The Ontario government is expanding virtual mental health services to help thousands of Ontarians experiencing anxiety and depression, including frontline health-care workers, during the COVID-19 outbreak.

Please see the following iCTB options below:

Morneau Shepell’s AbilitiCBT program combines the convenience of virtual access with the same benefits of in-person therapy to provide meaningful mental health support to people struggling with anxiety, depression, insomnia and pain management.

AbilitiCBT also includes a program specifically designed to address anxiety symptoms related to the COVID-19 pandemic, with content tailored to its uniquely challenging aspects: uncertainty, isolation, caring for family and community members, information overload and stress management.

All Ontarians, aged 16 and over, can access AbilitiCBT for free and it can be accessed from home on a smartphone or a tablet.

When you sign up for AbilitiCBT you will be asked to complete a short questionnaire. You will be paired with a registered therapist who will guide you through the AbilitiCBT program. 

Guided digital therapy with BEACON is personalized, and you receive support from a registered therapist that's always one-to-one. It's therapy that's completely digital, so it's available when you are, and you never need to worry about keeping appointments. Everything happens on your terms privately and securely.

BEACON provides Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, a clinically proven method that's all about building stronger resiliency through learning new skills to manage your thoughts and feelings.

BEACON digital therapy is now available free of charge to support Ontarians through stress and mental well-being concerns during COVID-19. 


The City of Toronto has partnered with organizations to help connect residents to free telephone, text and online mental health support during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Through this partnership, the City’s mental health support plan responds to the needs of children and youth, seniors, frontline workers, as well as those with intersectional identities, such as Indigenous, Black, persons with disabilities and LGBTQ2S, who are struggling with isolation, stress and anxiety exacerbated by COVID-19 measures.

The following Partners provide free mental health supports to diverse communities across Toronto:

Learn what other mental health and other supports are available during COVID-19 by visiting Ontario.ca.


211Ontario.ca is a portal to to over 60,000 community, social, health and related government programs and services in Ontario. In most communities in Ontario, you can dial 211 to access telephone-based information and referral services 24 hours a day, 7 days a week in over 100 languages.