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.
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Monthly Employee Assistance Program Webinars
November Webinar – Dropping Unhealthy Habits– Stick With It
November 17th at 12pm, 2 pm ET
Using strategies developed by the Mayo Clinic, discover the unrealistic expectations that could be impacting your ability to stick with positive change.
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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.
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