Services Provided by the EAP
The Washington Health System Washington Hospital EAP provides comprehensive services that are professional, free, confidential, and voluntary. The EAP professional counselors have experience in assisting employees and eligible family members with a wide range of personal and work-related problems. When identified, problems frequently can be resolved through short-term counseling services. When necessary, employees are referred to qualified community resources. The EAP services include:
- Short-Term Counseling
- Supervisory Consultation
- Case Management
- Wellness Programs
The EAP offers assistance with problems, such as:
- Family and Marital
- Grief and Loss
- Work-Related Concerns
- Alcohol and Drug Abuse
EAP Assistance at Your Fingertips
EAP is there when you need help. Ask yourself the following questions:
- Do you worry frequently about your problem(s)?
- Are your worries affecting your health, work, or personal life?
- Do you feel sad or anxious most of the day?
- Do you need to talk to someone?
If you answered “yes” to any of these questions, you may want to consider help from an EAP counselor. Everyone experiences personal problems, but they usually can handle them on their own. Life today can be complicated, and occasionally, you may want help from a professional counselor.
The purpose of EAP is to help employees and their families help themselves. EAPs are designed to prevent personal problems from becoming serious problems, which may affect personal well-being and job performance. The Washington Hospital’s EAP helps to preserve an organization’s most valuable resource, the human resource.