Employee Assistance Programs (EAP)
Employee assistance programs offer confidential help with personal and work‐related issues such as:
|stress or anxiety||gambling and other addictions|
|depression||budgeting, financial worries, and reducing debt|
|separation and divorce||legal matters|
|relationship issues||elder care/caregiving issues|
|child care and parenting issues||crisis and trauma|
|life change||career advancement|
|skill building for managers||resilience|
|education||mental health concerns|
|alcohol and drug abuse||domestic abuse|
|Life Coaching||traumatic events|
LifeWorks Employee Assistance Program (EAP) - available to all UMass Dartmouth employees
The employee assistance program (EAP) is a service that offers help with personal and work-related issues. Professionally trained consultants are available to help with family problems, marital concerns, financial and legal matters, stress, depression, and other issues affecting your personal or work life. The EAP is free and confidential. Consultants are available to help 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year.
No problem is too big or too small. The EAP encourages employees and those close to them to seek help early, before a minor problem becomes more serious. The EAP is designed to address short-term issues and to identify resources and referrals for emergency and long-term issues. When in doubt, call the EAP. The EAP will help you find the help you need.