Employee Assistance Program

Your Employee Assistance Program (EAP) is our way of saying you’re a valuable employee and your personal and professional happiness is important to us. We know that sometimes problems arise that you may find difficult to solve alone. Our EAP is designed to assist you, and those close to you, resolve problems affecting your physical and emotional well-being and job performance. It is a completely confidential employee benefit. At sometime or another, we all experience a personal or family-related problem. How we deal with these problems is what makes us successful human beings. Taking advantage of our EAP’s assessment and referral services can make a difference.

To learn more about EAP, go to the Aetna Resources for Living website at www.resourcesforliving.com.

To view the EAP brochure click here.

To view the EAP Newsletter for Managers, click here.

For information on FREE carekits click
here.


Monthly EAP Newsletter Topics

  • Looking for inspiration? Just look in the mirror
  • Monthly awareness: Heart attack or stroke?
  • Think Tank podcast: Create a roadmap for the future 
  • Press Pause: Setting Intentions
  • Click here to view the entire February 2021 newsletter (March 2021 has not yet been published)

Monthly Webinars -  go to www.resourcesforliving.com to register or view archived webinars           

  • March 11 - Understanding Post Partum Depression
  • March 18 - Thinking about Quitting Smoking
  • March 30 - Avoid these 10 Money Mistakes

Your Employee Assistance Program Benefits Provide:

  • Private, confidential assessment and referral counseling.
  • 24-hour, 7-days-per-week emergency telephone counseling.
  • EAP consultation with licensed or certified counselors.
  • Appointments outside of work hours.
  • Coverage extends to family members and significant others.
  • No charge to the employee or family member for the EAP counseling.
  • Bilingual counseling in Spanish. Arrangements for other languages can be made in advance of the scheduled appointment. Counselors in several other languages are readily available.
  • Referrals to community social services and self-help groups.
  • Referrals to licensed outpatient and inpatient treatment facilities often at contracted, reduced rates.
  • Follow-up and case management to all persons using the EAP.
  • Group debriefing when a traumatic incident occurs.
  • Coordination with other employee benefits

All Services Are Completely Confidential
For information or assistance call 1-800-221-0945 or visit www.resourcesforliving.com