The purpose of the Employee Assistance Program (EAP) is to help employees and their family members resolve personal or work-related problems. Using the EAP services does not cost you anything. EAP will provide assessment, short-term problem solving, and referral services for each management-referred or self-referred employee, or their family member. EAP will conduct an initial assessment in person or by telephone, develop an action plan, make referrals to community resources and conduct follow-up services.
Contact Tom Sweeney, EAP professional to schedule an appointment on-campus or at the centers. Below are the dates and times he will be on campus.Washington State Department of Enterprise Services Employee Assistance Program (360) 407-9490 Statewide Toll Free: (877) 313-4455 www.hr.wa.gov/eap
For emergencies dial 911.
Employee Assistance On-Campus Schedule, Thursdays, 8 a.m to 5 p.m.:
View Monthly Tips sent from the EAP.
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