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University of Connecticut Department of Human Resources

Employee Assistance Program                

A confidential counseling and referral service for University Employees provided by the University of Connecticut Health Center EAP.

The EAP is a confidential assessment, brief counseling and referral service available to all employees. It is designed to assist in the identification and resolution of any personal problem that may be affecting an employee’s job performance. If you are a supervisor of an employee with performance issues that you believe may be the result of personal problems, encourage your employee to utilize the EAP. All EAP services are confidential and provided at no cost to the employee.

Available under the UConn EAP program are assessment, brief counseling and referral services.  Your initial phone call is made to the UCHC EAP office.  An appointment with an EAP counselor will be provided within 48 hours.  For your convenience, appointments can be made at the UCHC EAP office or one of the programs 27 affiliate locations throughout CT.

If a referral is necessary, the EAP counselor will assist the employee in planning and obtaining resources through the community or through the employee’s medical insurance.

                
To speak with an EAP counselor regarding services call 860-679-2877 or toll-free (in CT) 800-852-4392.

We encourage you to call between 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday. If office hours are inconvenient, leave a voice message or send an email at any time about when and how to reach you.

You will be contacted as soon as possible.

UCHC EAP Website

                             

 
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