Are you feeling burned out, stressed or tired? Need some support? You're not alone.
This section is meant to be a resource for individuals seeking help. Below are links to contact information for mental health, addiction, and other support services offered through Site C contractors and/or their unions, as well as other public and private resources available to individuals in British Columbia and Alberta.
This is not an exhaustive list and these are not BC Hydro-sponsored programs unless noted otherwise.
- Site C contractor and union specific resources
- B.C. & Alberta mental health & addiction resources
- Addictions counselling
- Alcohol and drug treatment centres (B.C.)
- Group recovery meetings
- Crisis line support for Indigenous workers
- Coping resources
Employee and Family Assistance Program (EFAP)
Employee & Family Assistance Program offers short term counselling and work life support. Please call 1 866 231 2101, the service is available 24/7 or visit our EFAP website for more information.
LifeSpeak is a total well-being platform which gives you and your family members instant access to expert advice on a wide range of topics.
You can watch videos, download action plans, read Expert Blog articles and interact with world-class experts in real time. LifeSpeak is available anywhere, anytime and is anonymous and confidential.
Access LifeSpeak online through BC Hydro's employee intranet site Hydroweb: https://BCHydro.lifespeak.com
- Alcoholics Anonymous
- B.C. Narcotics Anonymous
- Al-Anon Family Groups
- Nar-Anon Family Groups
- SMART Recovery B.C.
- LifeRing Secular Recovery
- Call toll free at 1 800 588 8717.
- Call the Youth Line at 250 723 2040.
- Call the Adult Line at 250 723 4050.
- For crisis support 24/7 call 1 800 721 0066.
- Togetherall – A free online anonymous peer-to-peer support community for your mental health.
- Wellness Together Canada – Available to both adults and youth. This site provides educational resources, e-courses and free counselling.
- Heads Up Guys – Health strategies for managing and preventing depression.
- Bounce Back – Reclaim your health. Overcome early symptoms of depression and anxiety.
- Fort St. John RCMP Victim Services – Police-based victim services program in Fort St. John.