Employee and Student Assistance Program (ESAP)
Employee & Student Assistance Program (ESAP)
Balancing work, life and family can be difficult and time consuming. Your Employee & Student Assistance Program (ESAP) can help you locate information and resources to help you find the balance you need. E4 Wellness provides you with unlimited resources and tools right at your fingertips, to help you gather information and make important decisions about your family, health, leisure time and getting the most for your money. E4 Wellness provides free services to you and your family members with a variety of resources and referrals on topics such as:
- Childcare and eldercare resources
- School planning resources
- College search and tuition financing tools
- Adoption resources
- Veterinarian and pet care searches
- Health and wellness articles, links and videos
- Behavioral health resources
- Health self-assessments and tools
- Online concierge services
- Internet-based shopping rewards and discount programs
- And much, much more...
24 hours a day, 7 days a week
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In addition to the resources above, our ESAP provides up to five (5) free counseling serivces in person or telephonic counceling appointments.
The ESAP counselor will conduct an assessment to determine the proper course of treatment. If appropriate, treatment at the Counseling Center is available for up to five (5) sessions at no charge to the individual. Depending upon the diagnosis and insurance coverage, the ESAP can continue treatment beyond the initial five sessions or refer the individual or family member to other qualified practitioners and community agencies. ESAP services are fully paid for by WHOI and all interactions with the Counseling Center are completely confidential. The ESAP counselor will do its best to refer you to an appropriate in-network health care provider to ensure continuity of care through your health insurance plan. You are responsible for expenses if you are referred to a non-health professional (e.g., legal or family counseling).
Last updated: December 29, 2016