Welcome to our Employee Resources Page

At Park Construction, we believe that taking care of your mental health is just as important as taking care of your physical health. With that in mind, we have curated a comprehensive collection of resources to help you navigate the various aspects of mental well-being, address common challenges, and promote a positive work-life balance.


Safety Commitment at Park Construction


988 Suicide & Crisis Lifeline

Call, text, or chat 988 to be connected to a trained counselor. Anyone who is depressed, going through a hard time, needs to talk, or is thinking about suicide can use the service. The crisis counselors are here to listen and support you through whatever difficult times you may be facing.

Call or Text 988

Or chat online here:

988 Lifeline Chat
988 Suicide & Crisis Lifeline



Carpenters – Cement Masons – 49ers

Short-term, face-to-face or video counseling sessions FREE to you and close family members to solve personal problems and workplace issues that affect your ability to work safely and effectively. Counseling services are available no matter where you work or live.

  • Alcohol + Drug
  • Family + Parenting
  • Depression + Anxiety
  • Grief and Loss
  • Behavior Concerns
  • Stress Management
  • Relationship Challenges
  • Job-Related Stress and Difficulties
  • Finances
  • Legal Issues

A TEAM Counselor is available by phone 24/7 at: 651-642-0182

Or online here:


SandCreek EAP

Laborers Local 563

  • Mental Health Counseling
  • Work-Life Referrals
  • Coaching
  • Personal Assistant Referrals
  • Legal & Financial Consultation
  • Medical Advocacy

Confidential 24/7 Support: 888-243-5744

Instant access to care can be found within the member portal:

SandCreek EAP
SandCreek EAP


Off-Season Training Opportunities

All employees of Park – apprentice or journeymen – are encouraged to continue their construction education with the latest technology and industry knowledge. If you have questions about what classes you should consider taking, please consult with your Superintendent. For questions about class offerings, registration, costs, lodging needs, or any other questions, please visit your Union Training Center website or contact them directly.



Questions: Call 320-384-7093

Located in Hinckley, MN




Questions: Call 651-653-6710

Located in Lino Lakes, MN




Questions: Call 612-379-1558


“The road to success is always under construction” – Lily Tomlin

Training Opportunities



The Befrienders website provides a variety of articles and resources that offer guidance on how to extend a helping hand. These resources cover topics such as active listening, recognizing warning signs, and providing emotional support. Befrienders Worldwide empowers individuals to make a positive impact in the lives of others by offering the necessary tools and knowledge to offer empathetic support and help them find the resources they may require.
Befrienders Website
Befrienders Worldwide


CSPP – Construction Suicide Prevention Partnership

CSPP is committed to helping the construction community build awareness, promote hope, and sustain suicide and substance abuse prevention programs. Their podcast, Boom Goes The Stigma, is a tool that normalizes and elevates the conversation around mental health. On every episode, guests from within and outside the construction industry discuss critical issues, share stories, and, most importantly, blow up the stigma of talking about mental wellness as a sign of weakness. You can also share your story to help others see they are not alone and support them in their journey.

Access the CSPP website here:

CSPP Website
Construction Suicide Prevention Partnership

Mental Health Apps for Mobile Devices

A mental health app can provide various features and benefits to support your well-being. Many mental health apps can give you tools, activities, and support to help you. While mental health apps can be valuable tools, they are not a substitute for professional medical advice or treatment. If you’re experiencing severe or persistent mental health concerns, it’s important to seek help from a qualified healthcare professional. Here are some links to find the right mobile app for you:
Mental Health Apps

Mental Health America

Mental Health America provides online tools and assessments, questionnaires, and tracking tools. There is content for all ages. The screening tool can help identify symptoms of a mental heath disorder. MHA’s screening tools provide an anonymous, free and private way to learn about your mental health and if you are showing warning signs of a mental illness.


Center for Construction Research and Training

The Center for Construction Research and Training (CPWR) is an organization dedicated to improving the health, safety, and well-being of workers in the construction industry. CPWR offers a wide range of resources, research, and training programs to address the unique challenges faced by construction workers. Their website serves as a hub for valuable information, including safety guidelines, hazard identification, and best practices for construction worksites. Through their comprehensive approach, CPWR plays a vital role in ensuring the health, safety, and overall well-being of construction workers across the United States.
CPWR Website

Working Minds

Working Minds is an initiative focused on promoting mental health and suicide prevention in the construction industry. Their goal is to provide resources and support to improve mental well-being and create mentally healthy workplaces. Working Minds offers training programs and educational materials specifically tailored to the construction industry. They provide tools and strategies to help employers and workers recognize the signs of mental distress, reduce stigma, and effectively support individuals in need.
Working Minds Website
Working Minds

Campaign for Disability Employment

The Campaign for Disability Employment (CDE) is an initiative that promotes disability inclusion and employment opportunities for individuals with disabilities. The CDE’s primary focus is on challenging perceptions and stereotypes surrounding disability in the workplace. They aim to raise awareness about the skills, talents, and contributions that individuals with disabilities bring to the workforce. The CDE provides resources and information to employers, employees, and the general public to foster a more inclusive and accessible work environment.
CDE Website
The Campaign for Disability Employment

Construction Industry Alliance for Suicide Prevention

The Construction Industry Alliance for Suicide Prevention is a collaborative initiative that aims to address and prevent suicide within the construction industry. They provide resources, support, and education to construction workers, employers, and industry stakeholders to promote mental health and suicide prevention. The alliance offers a variety of tools and materials on their website, including training programs, webinars, and informative articles.
Suicide Prevention Website
Construction Industry Alliance for Suicide Prevention


Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation

Providing addiction treatment, prevention and recovery so that you are assured of receiving the most-effective drug and alcohol rehab services available—care that is personalized to meet the needs of each patient, integrated to address co-occurring mental health concerns, and aimed at achieving long-term sobriety and well-being.

Call 1-855-514-2407 or visit their website here:

Addiction Treatment
Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation

Substance Abuse and Mental Health Administration (SAMHSA)

SAMHSA offers a wide range of resources and programs to promote prevention, treatment, and recovery. Their website provides comprehensive information on various topics related to mental health and substance abuse, including prevention strategies, treatment options, and support services. Through their efforts, SAMHSA strives to empower individuals, families, and communities to lead healthy and fulfilling lives by providing the necessary support and resources for prevention, treatment, and recovery from mental health and substance use challenges.

Call 1-800-662-HELP (4375) or text your ZIP CODE # to 435748 for treatment locator.

Substance Abuse and Mental Health Administration (SAMHSA)