Employee Assistance Program
|The Employee Assistance Program (EAP) offers free, voluntary, and confidential consultation and assistance to help employees and their immediate family members resolve difficulties that may be affecting their personal life or job performance. EAP services include initial evaluation and assessment, treatment planning, short-term counseling (up to six sessions), referrals to outside resources, and follow-up. The EAP also provides workshops and information on a variety of wellness topics, such as concussions, suicide, and healthy food choices.
To make an appointment with the EAP, ICSDemployees and their family members can call 1-800-EAP-8746 or 315-471-1361, or email email@example.com. Visit the Employee Assistance Program website to learn more.
Happy New (School) Year from EAP!
September 14, 2020
Hello from Your EAP-
A sign in front of a local business recently read, "Not all heroes wear capes, but they do wear masks."
Even superheroes need a little help sometimes. so please remember that your EAP is here to support you as you navigate this new school year.
We can provide short-term counseling and assessment services, referrals to community resources, wellness information, workshops and a confidential, compassionate ear when you need one. These services are provided at no cost to you and your family members because your district recognizes the importance of supporting your overall well being, especially in these challenging times.
If you have any questions, please give us a call or email us and we will get back to you as soon as possible. Don't forget to check out the Coping with Covid Tool Kit on our website for additional helpful resources.
Here's wishing that all of you mask-wearing heroes in our component districts have a safe and successful school year in whatever form that turns out to be!Your EAP Team,
Michelle Stolicker, EAP Supervisor
Amy Gumaer, EAP Coordinator
Amy Vanetti, EAP Coordinator
Melanie Towner, EAP Coordinator
Main EAP (315) 471-1361 or (800) EAP-8764
We at the EAP have gathered a number of resources that you or your family members may find useful and have titled it our Coping With COVID Employee Toolkit. The toolkit is available on our website: www.ocmboces.org/eap.Please remember that EAP is here for you during this challenging time. To keep you and our staff safe, we are currently offering teletherapy via phone or secure video conferencing. Give us a call at 315-471-1361 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule an appointment or if you just need to talk.
This month, the Employee Assistance Program (EAP) is offering information on the following topics related to eating disorders: