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Employee Assistance Program

The employee assistance program (EAP) is a confidential, voluntary work-site program to assist state government employees affected by behavioral, medical or productivity concerns or problems.  EAP helps in the prevention, identification and resolution of these problems and concerns.

To reach the EAP coordinator in your agency, please see this list of contacts.  State Agency EAP Contacts List

Each Wisconsin county also has crisis hotlines or emergency numbers.

These problems include, but are not limited to:

  • health
  • marital and relationship
  • family and parenting
  • financial
  • alcohol and other drug abuse
  • legal
  • emotional
  • stress or anxiety
  • life crisis
  • work

EAP also is there to help employees deal with critical incidents or potential layoffs or agency restructuring.  Family members are also eligible for EAP services.

In short, EAP informs the employee about the available resources best qualified to assess, diagnose and/or treat an issue confronting the employee.  Click one of the links below for more information.

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Last Modified:  12/10/2010 4:15:02 PM

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