Assisting in the Game of Life
Here to help
The new, improved Employee Information and Assistance Program (EAIP) is helping staff and their families make the most of life.
Already well-known for its counseling services, the EIAP has expanded its repertoire to include a variety of new benefits—from financial planning to fitness programs—to better support employees and their families. Whether you're experiencing a complex personal issue or looking for some guidance in filing your taxes, the EIAP can help.
Advance to www.theeap.com to find out how
Jim and his wife are going through a divorce. His 11-year-old daughter has recently become very quiet and withdrawn, and Jim's worried she may be having a difficult time coping. How can the EIAP help?
Caring for mom
Cecilia's mother had a bad fall and broke her hip. After spending a few days in Arizona getting her settled, Sue had to fly back for work, but with no other family in the area, she's concerned that her mother won't be able to get to and from her upcoming doctor's appointment. How can the EIAP help?
Kicking a habit
Javier has been smoking for over 20 years. He's attempted to quit several times, but always finds herself smoking again within a few months. How can the EIAP help?
Yolanda's grandfather recently passed away, leaving her a portion of his assets. She's decided to set the money aside for her son's college education and hopes to grow it over the next several years. How can the EIAP help?
A new child
Lee's wife is unable to have children, so they have decided to adopt. They aren't sure what their options are or how to get the process started. How can the EIAP help?
Realizing your refund
Matt's always prepared his own taxes, but this will be his first year filing jointly with his new wife, and he's not sure how to go about it. How can the EIAP help?