Benefits

Employee Assistance Program

(866) 465-8934

The university offers an Employee Assistance Program (EAP) to all benefits-eligible faculty and staff and their dependents, as well as COBRA participants. The program is a counseling service designed to help employees and their eligible family members resolve personal problems before they become overwhelming.

Scope of the Program

A broad range of personal problems can be addressed under this program:

  • Job or work stress
  • Parenting issues
  • Alcohol, drugs and other substance abuse
  • Burnout
  • Anxiety or depression
  • Marital or relationship problems
  • Credit and Financial Counseling
  • Anger management
  • Legal issues and resources
  • Financial concerns
  • Coping with change
  • Self-esteem
  • Grief or bereavement
  • Consumer Issues

The university has a new provider for its Employee Assistance Program (EAP).  ComPsych®, the Guidance Resources Company®, offers a broad range of services to help you with life’s challenges before they become overwhelming.

Trained counselors, who are available around the clock, will help and may guide you to an expert in your area. You may get help with personal concerns, legal and financial issues or day-to-day challenges, such as finding child care or buying a car.

The university offers the program to all benefit-eligible faculty and staff and their dependents, as well as COBRA participants. The program is a counseling service designed to help employees and their eligible family members resolve personal problems before they become overwhelming.

Guidance Resources

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ComPsych® Web Site Select "I am a first-time user" to set up an account. The "company ID" required to sign in is GC5901Q.

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