What is an EAP?
Provided by BHS, your Employee Assistance Program (EAP) provides you and your household members with free, confidential, in-the-moment support to help with personal or professional problems that may interfere with work or family responsibilities.
What Happens When You Call the EAP?
A Care Coordinator (master’s level clinician) will confidentially assess the problem, assist with any emergencies and connect you to the appropriate resources. The Care Coordinator may resolve your need within the initial call; assess your need as a short-term issue, which can be resolved by an EAP counselor within the available sessions; assess your need as requiring long-term care and assist with connecting you to a community resource or treatment provider available through your health insurance plan.*
Common Reasons to Call Your EAP
Boss • Co-worker • Customers • Friends • Spouse • Kids
Birth • Death • Health • Illness • Marriage • Divorce • Promotion • Retirement
Burnout • Anger • Depression • Anxiety • Suicidal Thoughts • Substance Abuse
Daily Responsibilities • Financial • Legal • Parenting • Stress • Conflict
This is a FREE* benefit provided and paid for by your employer at no cost to you.
*If you require a referral for long-term treatment, costs may be incurred. These are often covered by your health insurance plan.
BHS follows all federal and state privacy laws. When you speak with us, you can trust that your conversations and information will be kept completely confidential. Information about your problem cannot be released without your written permission.
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