EAP, INC. EMPLOYEE ASSISTANCE PROGRAM Orientation for Employees
This Orientation Will... • Introduce a new program called EAP • Describe its features and benefits • Explain how to access services • Answer your questions
EAP: A New Kind of Service • Employees are the driving force behind the growth and development of any organization. • EAP recognizes that for many employees, personal problems often arise that leave them unable to bring their healthiest selves to work. • Getting help early can prevent issues from becoming problems. • EAP was designed to help you with just about any problem that affects your health and well-being
EAPHelp for Anything that Affects Your Health…or Weighs on Your Mind HEALTH FAMILY WORK EAP FINANCES LEGAL STRESS RELATIONSHIPS ALCOHOLORDRUGS
EAP... • Is available at no cost to employees and family members. • Provides you with information, education and support. • Guides you in making informed decisions. • Refers you to prescreened resources if you need further services. • Can follow up with you as needed or desired.
EAP Professionals Include: • Master’s-level counselors • Attorneys for consultation • Financial specialists for consultation • Resource specialists and convenience services
EAP Is Easy to Use • Reach EAP by calling • 530 891-1513 or 800-207 7233. • Counselors or EAP specialists are ready to help. • You can arrange to talk to a counselor in person; or telephonically.
Confidentiality • EAP is confidential to the fullest extent of the law. • No information is released to the employer or other outside caller without the employee’s consent. • Concerns about confidentiality can be discussed before identifying information is shared.
Possible Exceptions to Confidentiality Professionals May Be Required To Report: • Reasonable cause to believe child or vulnerable adult abuse • Threat of serious harm to self and / or others • Court order Callers are informed of these exceptions early in the call.
EAPFor Simpler Issues Resource information issues… • Ask you questions to determine if you need additional help. • Let you know what to do to get information or support you need • Tell you how to contact the support or resource.
EAP For Single Issues Someone you love has been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s Disease. EAP will... • Educate you about the disease, its symptoms and treatment options; and/or • Provide you with information on how to cope; and/or • Provide a free legal consultation to discuss power of attorney or other issues; and/or • Direct you to support groups in your area.
EAP For Multiple Issues • Talk to a counselor about parenting or relationship issues • Talk to someone about anxiety, depression or other mental health concerns • Obtain a free financial consultation to discuss budgeting, debt handling creditors. • Discuss stress management techniques with a counselor. • Obtain a legal opinion
EAP One Call for All EAP Services 530 891-1513 OR 1-800-207-7233 www.eap4u.com