The Employee Assistance Program (EAP) provides eligible employees assistance with everything from life's every day issues to life's more difficult problems. Information shared with an outside EAP counselor is kept completely confidential. The EAP counselors assist employees with both work-related and personal problems they or their family members may be experiencing.
Employees can receive assistance at any time of day or night to talk immediately with a professional counselor about issues such as: family relationships; marital difficulties; elder care and child care; financial and legal matters; drug and alcohol abuse; depression and loneliness; mental health problems; etc. For more serious concerns, the EAP counselor will make referrals to local qualified professionals or agencies that have been pre-screened. Follow-up calls are made to make sure the issue is addressed.
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