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Employee Assistance Program (EAP)
Everyone needs help from time to time dealing with life's challenges. Often it's not the unexpected that catches us off guard. It's more likely to be the predictable events and transitions in our lives---things like starting a new career, marriage, the birth of a child, the challenges teenagers present, or buying a house---that find us unprepared. When you feel like you need help dealing with a situation that is troubling you, call: EAP at 1-800-424-1749.
Visit the Employee Assistance Program to locate a mental health professional,
or access the library and online resources. Login is required.
Note: Enter "USNH" as the company code.
• LifeLines Newsletter, Winter 2013
• LifeLines Newsletter, Fall 2013
• Tip Sheet – Healthier You
• Tip Sheet – Family Nutrition
• Tip Sheet – Identity Theft
• Tip Sheet – For Caregivers
• Tip Sheet – Family Fitness
• Tip Sheet – Maintaining a Positive Attitude
December Webinar – The Path to Inner Peace
The 50 minute webinar will be held on Tuesday December 17th at Noon and 2PM EST. Through a greater examination of self, as well as of your personal and work environments, you can take steps down the path to inner peace. This presentation will be archived and available for future viewing via the EAP web site noted below in approximately 2 weeks after the original presentation. Register on line for this event at your EAP web site below where there are additional resources available to your members. Your Employee Assistance Program (EAP) web site is: www.apshelplink.com your company code is: usnh
SOLUTIONS is a newsletter for managers, supervisors and human resource staff eligible for APS Healthcare services. APS Healthcare services provide assistance and guidance to supervisors dealing with workplace performance issues. This newsletter is intended for general information purposes only and is not intended to replace the counsel or advice of a qualified health professional. Individuals should follow the policies and procedures laid out by their human resource management department concerning use of the EAP.