CSEBA believes strongly in the importance of an Employee Assistance Program. We have partnered with Health Advocate, one of the foremost-managed behavioral health care organizations, to offer member districts a full spectrum of services. Serious mental health and substance abuse problems are leading obstacles to maintaining productive and healthy employees.
The Employee Assistance Program (EAP) is a confidential and comprehensive service designed to help employees and their household members lead a happier and more productive life at home and at work by working with them to resolve personal and workplace challenges through face-to-face counseling or telephonic coaching.
EAP counseling assessment and referral services are available 24/7 to make work-life referrals for childcare and eldercare, legal assistance, financial planning, time management, alternative health care & much more.
The EAP offers specialized education wellness seminar packages addressing work-life issues such as violence in the classroom, stress in the educational system, cultural diversity, handling job burnout and more.
In addition to the EAP services which include counseling assessment and referral services offered to eligible medical plan members and their dependents, the EAP through Health Advocate has established an EAP Special Services Team dedicated to assisting our member district Managers, Supervisors, HR Representatives and Administrators in solving workplace issues.
By calling the EAP Employer Group Hotline at (866) 799-2728, you will be connected with a dedicated team of experienced EAP professionals who have had many years of experience in dealing with workplace issues and crises ready to assist you with:
• Seminar topics and brown bag lunch forums to assist K12′s with the development of your employees on coping skills, balancing home and work roles, as well as innovative ideas for thinking through issues
• Assistance on-site with traumatic events, grief and death in the workplace, and conflict resolution
• Assistance with implementing disciplinary actions through the Job Performance referral process and provide phone consultations to member districts on a multitude of workplace issues
For all of these additional services, the EAP Special Services Team is available to member districts 24 hours per day, 7 days a week for all workplace emergencies by calling (866) 799-2728.
To learn more visit: www.HealthAdvocate.com/SCSEBA