The challenges you face each day can overwhelm you. Your home life, your happiness and your performance at work all can suffer. Get confidential support for those everyday challenges, and for more serious problems.
What can EAP and behavioral health benefits do for me?
Read monthly health blogs by Arleen Fitzgerald, L.I.C.S.W., Mental Health Consultant in our community.
You may be struggling with stress at work, seeking financial or legal advice or coping with the death of a loved one. Maybe you just want to strengthen your relationships with your family. Behavioral health services can help with the following:
- Depression, stress and anxiety
- Parenting and family problems
- Child and elder care support
- Relationship difficulties
- Substance abuse and recovery
- Dealing with domestic violence
- Eating disorders
- Balancing work and life issues
- Financial and legal advice
From short-term counseling services and referrals to more extended care, your EAP and behavioral health benefits can enable you to get the help you need.