Employee Assistance Program

  • EAP logo Mission Statement

    The mission of the GPISD EAP is to help employees find solutions to life’s challenges.

    The EAP coordinator

    is educated, trained, and experienced in helping employees and their eligible dependents.

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  • 20 ways you and your family can take advantage of an EAP Program

    There are many more reasons you might see your EAP counselor. Remember, the employee assistance program is not just for people in crisis, but also to help employees and their family members with the everyday problems that we all face in life. Your EAP can help with:

    • personality conflicts at home or on the job
    • money management and financial problems
    • an adolescent who is using drugs or alcohol
    • support in deciding on proper care
    • for elderly parents
    • a child who has a behavioral problem at home or at school
    • anxiety or depression
    • domestic violence
    • feelings of being overwhelmed
    • learning to be more assertive
    • clarifying important life decisions and problem solving
    • dealing with the loss of a loved one
    • managing stress
    • feelings of loneliness
    • recognizing a substance abuse problem
    • resources for marital counseling
    • ways to improve your self-esteem
    • a gambling problem
    • support when living with a person who abuses alcohol or drugs
    • help with learning positive communication skills
    • adjusting to a divorce or separation

    EAP is caring, confidential, convenient to use, and it’s FREE!

    • No one will know you have used the EAP; names are not reported to your supervisor.
    • There is no cost to see the EAP counselor.
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Frequently Asked Questions

  • What is an Employee Assistance Program?

  • Why does GPISD offer an EAP?

  • What types of problems does EAP handle?

  • Are other services available?

  • When should you use the EAP?

  • Will the counselor keep my problem confidential?

  • What is an EAP counselor?

  • When Should Supervisors Get Involved?


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