Helping you with daily challenges and difficult situations
Reach Your Goals
Welcome! Your Employee Assistance Program offers you, and your eligible family members, confidential, no-cost assistance for help with daily challenges and difficult situations.
- Explore the variety of services available
- Find a provider to meet your unique needs
- Search the Learning Center for relevant health and well-being topics
Click the “Find My Company | Login” button on the top right of your screen. Then, click “Sign up” and complete your profile using your personal or work email address.
Why create an account?
You need an account to register for counseling sessions, access Work-Life resources, get started with self-care apps and to save information for future reference.
Need help? Click the “Live Chat” button on the right.
Live Chat is staffed daily from 7:00 AM to 5:30 PM CT. If you send a message outside of these hours, we will respond to the message the next day. The toll-free technical support phone number is 1-800-424-6008 and is staffed daily from 7:00 AM to 5:30 PM CT.
Click here to download the Employee Assistance Program Combined Evidence of Coverage and Disclosure Form (EOC).
Information for COVID-19 (Coronavirus)
As the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) spreads, many people are anxious about the uncertainty of what is happening. Your program is here to help with information and resources to cope with stress and anxiety, staying emotionally well, preventing compassion fatigue and more. Tip sheets and new information is added regularly, so check back often!Learn More
Watch a brief video and read these helpful FAQs about your new EAP website
Welcome to your new EAP website. Get more familiar with navigating your website by watching a short demonstration video and reading these frequently asked questions.Learn More
May Topic Article: Managing Emotional Well-Being
Do you ever find yourself overreacting to something that happens at work, or to something your partner says or does? Are you in control of your emotions or do they control you? Emotional triggers can be events, circumstances, or people that provoke an intense emotional response in us, such as anger, rage, fear, or sadness. Identify your emotional triggers and learn how to control them.Learn More
Mind Your Mental Health: May is Mental Health Month
This month, mental health organizations throughout the nation highlight the significance of mental health as part of one’s overall sense of well-being.Learn More