2017 Employee Assistance Program (EAP)

The Employee Assistance Program (EAP) is a network of services to help you and your household members cope with issues that you experience in everyday life. The EAP, provided by Humana, also offers short-term confidential counseling, wellness resources and different tools to help you be successful in the workplace. You do not have to be covered by a Columbia University medical plan to take advantage of the EAP. You, and members of your household, can receive assistance with a wide variety of services, including:

  • Confidential 24/7 counseling and referral services
    • Short-term counseling of up to three sessions per topic (e.g., stress, anxiety or relationship issues)
    • Phones answered by licensed Master's or Ph.D.-level mental health/substance abuse professionals and, if needed, referral to a network of more than 20,000 counselors available nationwide
  • Adult/Elder Care research and referral services
  • Life Coach. A personalized program to help you achieve lifestyle goals. Meet with a coach by phone, email or online chat
  • Convenience  Services. Research and referrals for every day needs (e.g., travel arrangements, pet care, movers and restaurant recommendations)

Additional online services include: Text4Baby, the Spendless Discount Program and CaringBridge.

Free to you: Columbia University assumes all costs for initial assessment and confidential counseling sessions through the EAP for up to three counseling sessions per subject. If additional assistance is necessary, the counselor will give you referrals, taking into account your preferences, Medical Plan and financial circumstances.

Stressed Out? Financial Worries? Elder Care Issues?

These are just a few of the reasons to call the EAP. Free, confidential help and support is available 24/7.

Call 888-673-1153; TTY: 711
Or log in to: www.humana.com/eap
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This Month's EAP Packet is now available.

You may have heard a lot about mindfulness. Want to know more about what it is and how it can help in your everyday life? This month's articles can give examples and help you get started:
  • Mindful or mind full?
  • How mindfulness can save a relationship
  • Better physical health through mindfulness training
  • Five ways to teach mindfulness to kids
  • Don’t wait to feel happy and stress-free – simple tips to help you stay in the moment
This month’s webinar is called, "Living Intentionally." We live in such a fast-paced world that it's easy to lose sight of the important things. Yet simple daily practices can help you live with more intention and experience greater satisfaction. This webinar will address how to include gratitude, mindfulness, and intention in your days, and live life to the fullest.


The Monthly Packet is available here: Monthly Packet

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