Are you having trouble balancing work
and family? Are you and your spouse fighting too much? Do
you have a financial or legal situation that looms large over
your life? Are you abusing alcohol?
Today, we are faced with challenges and
stresses that didn’t exist a few decades ago. We have
to move fast to produce more in less time. We have our children,
our mates and sometimes our parents to care for. We are so
connected technologically, we often forget to connect emotionally
with our family, our friends and co-workers. Our relationships
suffer, our self-esteem deteriorates and we feel like we're
There's help. Our Employee Assistance Program
(EAP) is a free benefit to you, our employees and members
of your family. 24 hours a day, you can talk to qualified
professionals who can help you or refer you to the right resource.
The best part is that it's completely confidential.
Your boss, supervisors and co-workers will never know you
called, so whatever the problem you face, it's one you can
overcome in privacy.
Your EAP was designed with your needs, and
your family’s needs, in mind. Some of the diverse services
you’ll benefit from include:
Q: How does an EAP work?
A: You simply call the Corporate Care Works office and a client
services team member will make every effort to satisfy your
special requests; matching you with an EAP provider located
near your home or work. All of the counselors are licensed,
seasoned professionals, with a wide array of expertise. A
counselor is available 24 hours a day.
are the services of an EAP?
A: EAP services
include an initial clinical assessment by a licensed professional
to determine if short-term counseling is appropriate. If short-term
counseling is needed, you will work with a counselor by engaging
in the appropriate number of counseling sessions needed to
address your issues. Should the assessment indicate a need
for long-term therapy, you will be referred to qualified resources
outside of the EAP.
What is the cost?
A: EAP is a
free, confidential service to you. The EAP sessions are something
that is prepaid for you by your employer.
I be required to use EAP?
A: The EAP
is a voluntary program. However, managers are encouraged to
refer you to this prepaid resource when it is appropriate
to use this service. Regardless of the situation, you will
always make the decision when and if you use the EAP.
Q: Who will know that I have
used the EAP?
A: Corporate Care Works adheres to the confidentiality
guidelines mandated by law and counselors. Your employer will
receive a report with only statistical information.