The Employee Assistance Program is a confidential service that provides employees with
support, problem solving, and referral to community services. There is no charge for use
of the program. Your visit to EAP and release of information about your visit is
prohibited by state and federal guidelines without your written authorization to do so,
except in specific extreme circumstances. These exceptions to confidentiality are
explained to you at the time of your visit. You may use EAP for up to five consultations.
Employee Assistance staff are counselors and psychologists who can help you identify
improved coping mechanisms and brainstorm options to manage your disability productively.
The Employee Assistance Program is a resource for you and is not part of the University
disability reporting or accommodation administrative structure. Your participation in EAP
is voluntary. Click here to go to the Employee Assistance Program
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