These days we can all use a little extra help. Work/Life services are ready to support you and your family right now. As part of your benefits, you get free, confidential help so you have the support you need when you need it.
Counseling, childcare and home repair searches, financial and legal services, and much more.
Work/Life EAP is here to help make your life easier in so many ways.
- Six counseling sessions. You and your family can receive six free counseling sessions per person, per year, per topic. Topics may include relationships, workplace interpersonal skills and other issues, substance use, diversity needs, and more.
- Culturally sensitive counselors. If it is helpful, you can request a counselor who identifies as a person of color, shares their sexual orientation, gender, and more. This customized service helps provide a safe space where you and your family members feel valued and get meaningful support.
- Specialists for law enforcement and first responders. A team of specialists can assist you with the unique challenges and situations you may encounter based on your role.
- Concierge services. Work/Life EAP includes a wide variety of services aimed to simplify your life.
- Professional services. Get help finding services in your area, such as vacation planning, home repair services, community events and organizations, wedding planning, event tickets and more.
- Childcare and elder care search assistance. Get assistance finding available care, including referrals matched to your specific search criteria.
- Get legal and financial assistance. Receive free consultations on legal, financial, and identify theft concerns.
- Free well-being webinars. Attend webinars to support your well-being, work, and life. Check out upcoming webinars.
Get in touch now
Resource Guides are ready to help support you. Access your Work/Life services anytime by calling, clicking or chatting. You can also visit the online resource library with password stmn1.
Services are confidential
All interactions are confidential and will not be shared with anyone (including your workplace or supervisor) without your written consent. However, counselors are required by law to notify authorities if they have serious concerns regarding someone’s safety. Anyone may use EAP anonymously. Learn more about confidentiality.