The Employee Assistance Plan (EAP) is a voluntary, confidential counseling program designed to assist you and your family members. You can access the EAP whenever you experience a personal, family, or work issue that may affect your health, job performance, or general well-being.
EAP counselors are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week. There is no cost to use the EAP, although additional counseling may involve charges. EAP counselors are trained to help you handle different types of issues.
The EAP provides telephone counseling and referral services for a variety of issues that you or family members may face. These issues include but aren't limited to:
- Relationship issues
- Conflict management
- Child care search
- Elder care search
- Alcohol or drug abuse
- Work-life balance
- Manager resources
- Stress management
- Disaster resources
- Other concerns that could affect you, your family, or your job
The Resources for Living website (username: Hertz, password: eap) offers a full range of tools and resources on behavioral health and work-life balance topics.
Read more about the EAP in the Aetna Resources For Living Flyer. For more information, call 1-800-955-6422 or visit the Resources for Living website (username: Hertz, password: eap).