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Employee Assistance Program (EAP)

In addition to the wellness features, the Employee Assistance Program called EmployeeConnect provides a confidential source for information, referrals and counseling to employees and eligible dependents. Through the program, you have access to counselors and information that can help you resolve complex interpersonal issues as well as as­sist with things such as wills and financial matters. It also provides a number of face-to-face counseling ses­sions for each issue. Seminars and workshops are also offered on managing a variety of issues. 

Call 
888-628-4824 or access to information on: www.eapadvantage.com

Password is connect.

  • Family and relationships – parenting, communication, domestic violence, marriage, and divorce
  • Dependent care – child care, elder care, prenatal education, adoption and special needs issues
  • Personal issues - stress, anxiety, grief, anger and depression
  • Wellbeing – drug and alcohol dependency, physical illness, eating disorders and self-esteem
  • Job concerns – interpersonal conflicts, career crisis
  • Financial difficulties – overextended credit, budget worries
  • Legal issues (excluding employment related issues)
     

If counseling after your no-cost sessions is recommended, the EAP counselor can help you find extended counseling resources in conjunction with your medical coverage.  If a counselor refers you to another qualified professional, your cost for addition treatment will depend on coverage by your chosen medical plan.
 

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