Employee Assistance Programs
We can tailor a EAP for your company
- CARING & EFFECTIVE
- PERSONAL & FAMILY PROBLEMS
We have a caring counselor that you can be scheduled to see quickly.
Call the corporate office for a referral.
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866-968-3417 Toll-Free Nationwide
813-968-3417 Tampa Bay Area
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7 days a week, 24 hr coverage
What is an Employee Assistance Program?
Our nation-wide EAP covers eighteen states with credentialed clinicians. We can be where your company is and where your remote employees are located. An employee assistance program, or EAP, is a counseling service for employees and their eligible dependents who may be experiencing personal or work place problems. You can reach the EAP by calling 1-866-968-3417 any time of day, any day of the year. Everyone has problems from time to time. Usually, we work them out. But sometimes problems persist, becoming serious enough to affect us both off and on the job. At such times, an EAP counselor may be able to help.
Why Does Your Employer Offer an EAP?
First, it’s smart business. If you’re doing well and day-to-day problems aren’t a distraction, you are more likely to be alert, motivated and concentrating on your job. This means we have a more productive organization. Second, it costs more to hire and train a new employee than it does to help and keep a current employee. And third, we know you care about your employees. It’s that simple.
What Types of Problems Does EAP Handle? The EAP handles a wide range of problems. These include problems related to:
|Family||Marital||Work Place||Diversity||Sexual Harassment|
|Depression||Anxiety||Elder Care||Wellness||Difficult Customers|
|Gambling||Weight Problems||Financial||Supervisor Training||Resilence|
|Alcohol Abuse||Drug abuse||Legal||Bullying||Parenting|
|Smoking||Anger||Stress||Death||Co Worker Conflict|
What Other Services are Available?
- Noon-hour Seminars
- Orientation sessions for employees and supervisors
Call local at 866-968-3417 or toll-free 866-968-3417 for assistance now.
Will the Counselor Keep my Problem Confidential?
Yes. Absolutely. Confidentiality is a requirement and a guarantee we make to all employees. Without it, the EAP wouldn’t work. Every counselor knows this rule. No information goes anywhere without your request and written permission. Remember, too, counselors are specially trained in EAP work. They handle delicate issues, and they have the knowledge and skills to assist you toward solving your problems.
When Can I Schedule an Appointment?
Appointments are scheduled during the day and evening. With approval, you may use work time to see an EAP counselor. Counseling sites are available throughout the state of Florida and nearly twenty other states in which your company has sites.
What is an EAP Counselor?
An EAP counselor is someone educated, trained and experienced in helping employees and their eligible dependents solve their problems or referring them to professionals or organizations in the community who can. EAP counselors typically are experienced in dealing with problems in substance abuse, behavioral health, relationships, work place and numerous other concerns.
How Much Will the EAP Cost Me?
Nothing. What’s more, you are encouraged to use EAP services whenever you need help or information to best handle your job or family responsibilities. EAP services are offered at no cost to all employees and their eligible dependents. EAP counseling is available for problems that can be resolved in a short period of time. You may receive up to six sessions per problem episode. Referrals are made for problems requiring more time.
Current Companies review our services:
"I have personally and professionally benefitted from our long relationship" Human Resources Director
Davis Sound Mind EAP partners with these fortune 100 companies: Optum, Aetna, Cigna, United HealthCare, United Behavioral Health, Morneau & Shappell, Mutual of Omaha, Value, Rirst Sun, Wood & Associates, Horizon. Magellan, and HMSA.
The Davis Sound Mind EAP has counselors available nationwide.
Each year, one out of five employees faces a significant problem that disrupts life at home and productivity at work.