EAP benefits are free to you and adult family members in your household – why not learn about all that EAP offers? Join us for the upcoming EAP Orientation from 2-2:30 p.m. Tuesday, June 17. Can’t make it in June? Join us in July, at a future session or watch on-demand.
You can also find out more about the services and tools available through WorkLife Resources by watching our on-demand WorkLife Orientation.
In addition, we offer on-demand webinars to support you through COVID as well as other topics that support your mental/emotional health and wellbeing. Topics include:
- navigating change in challenging times,
- self-care through COVID
- parenting through COVID,
- working from home during COVID,
- how to build resilience when your job involves helping others in crisis,
- leading your team through COVID
- depression and anxiety
- suicide prevention
This month, both EAP newsletters feature content that honors two June celebrations of freedom, equality, courage, resilience and dignity: Pride Month and Juneteenth.
The Employee newsletter (PDF) features information about the meaning and history of Juneteenth and Pride Month and offers many ideas and resources that you can explore to help you celebrate these momentous events. (Employee newsletter in downloadable Word format for accessibility).
June’s Supervisor newsletter (PDF) focuses on LGBTQ+ mental health and the workplace, providing statistics and information about the profound impact of longstanding, pervasive stigma and discrimination on LGBTQ+ mental health and offering resources to help you create a more inclusive, supportive work environment for your employees. (Supervisor newsletter in downloadable Word format for accessibility).
Over the past months many of us have been struggling with our relationships, whether we have been cooped up with the same people for many months, or have been home alone with very little outside contact, or have had experiences that those around us don’t understand, or have had challenging conflicts come up, or have had something else happen that has been hard or painful. If you’ve been struggling, know that our EAP can help you find ways to develop healthier relationships at home and at work, at *no charge* to you and adult family members in your household. You can reach out to get connected with a counselor by contacting EAP at 1-877-313-4455 or online. In addition, you can find resources to help you develop more fulfilling relationships through the Work/Life Resources portal, such as the webinar “Building Healthy and Happy Relationships” which is available beginning Tuesday, June 15. Just login by using our Organization Code EWU.