Employers have a vested interest in the ability of employees to work at or close to their full potential. Employee Assistance Programs (EAPs) are valuable resources that can help employees cope with issues affecting their ability to reach that potential. Marital and family problems, conflicts among co-workers and managers, depression, substance abuse, work-related stress, legal and financial issues, and child and elder care needs are some concerns affecting employees’ well-being. These distractions may hurt productivity and drive up costs for businesses. The health care system cannot always handle these issues, especially those that are not health-related, such as needs for financial counseling or elder care help.

EAPs are cost-effective tools to mitigate these risks. EAPs can help employers reduce absenteeism, workers’ compensation claims, health care costs, accidents, and grievances. In addition, they can address safety and security issues, improve employee productivity and engagement, and reduce costs related to employee turnover.

Plan starts at $1.80 per employee per month
Our program, staffed by experienced clinicians, is available by calling a toll-free phone line 24 hours a day, seven days a week. A GuidanceConsultant SM will refer employees to local counselors or to resources in the community. Call any time with concerns, including:

Confidential counseling on personal issues

This program, staffed by experienced clinicians, is available by calling a toll-free phone line 24 hours a day, seven days a week. A GuidanceConsultant SM will refer employees to local counselors or to resources in the community. Some examples of concerns include:

Grief and loss

Substance abuse

Relationships

FinancialConnect

Financial professionals are here to discuss concerns and provide the tools and information needed to address finances, including:

Credit card or loan problems

Getting out of debt

Estate
planning

LegalConnect

Attorneys are available to provide confidential support with practical, understandable information and assistance. If representation is required, individuals can also be referred to a qualified local attorney for a free 30-minute consultation with a 25% reduction in customary legal fees thereafter. Call with legal concerns including:

Landlord & tenant issues

Divorce & family law

Criminal
actions

FamilySource

Work-life specialists can help sort out the issues and provide information based on the individual’s specific criteria. Individuals receive a personalized reference package containing helpful resources and literature, covering areas such as:

Relocating to a new city

Purchasing
a car

Finding child or elder care

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