Peer Volunteer Program

The Peer Volunteer Program (PVP) is a free resource for you and your family members to get information about alcohol and drug abuse and obtain access to treatment. The Peer Volunteers know what it’s like to become clean and sober, and they can help.

Peers are available by phone 24/7 (confidentially or anonymously) to you and your family members. The Peer Volunteers are your fellow PG&E coworkers and they have been in long-term recovery themselves or have a loved one who is.

Contact one of our Peer Volunteers today; you can find their information on our website.

Opioid awareness

We are in the midst of the deadliest drug crisis in American history. It can affect anyone. If you or a dependent are seeking treatment for an opioid use disorder, Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) offers the best chance for a successful recovery. Work with your local onsite EAP counselor or call the EAP hotline at 1-888-445-4436 to find the best treatment center for your situation. You can also contact one of the Peer Volunteers, fellow employees who are in long-term recovery and can help 24/7. Click here to learn more about the opioid crisis and how you can help end it.