EAP is now sponsored by Health Advocate
The district provides comprehensive and effective FREE on-line, telephonic, and face-to-face counseling services for you and your eligible dependents through our Employee Assistance Program (EAP)
These counseling service can help balance your personal and professional life and are provided in a counselor's private office or telephonically, depending upon your preference. Some of the areas the EAP can help with include:
|Personal Balance||Alcohol and Drug Issues|
|Emotional Wellness||Work-Related Issues|
|Family Issues||Grief Issues|
|Communication Skills||Financial and Legal Concerns|
What goes on between you and your counselor is strictly confidential. The district will not be informed of your participation. Information will only be released with your permission, or as required by law for child or elder abuse, or in a life-threatening situation.
You are eligible for several sessions per incident. When you need additional services, Health Advocate works in conjunction with your mental health benefits through your health plan or provides community resources as needed to ensure that you are able to resolve your particular issue. The EAP is in addition to any mental health benefits you may have through your health plan. All EAP counselors are qualified mental health professionals
The EAP staff is available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, for counseling, consultation, appointment scheduling, and referrals.
To learn more, go to their website at:
Or call (866) 695-8622
This is a prepaid benefit purchased by the district, so there is no charge when using the EAP service.