Employee Assistance Program

2015 Oct 06

The Opioid Epidemic: Awareness, Prevention & Information A Live Webinar

12:00pm to 1:00pm

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The opioid epidemic has become a national public health issue with an alarming increase in addiction, crime and deaths. Parents worried about their children, managers and HR professionals concerned about their employees and individuals seeking support are invited to this informative, live webinar on the opioid epidemic where you will learn helpful information about:

2015 Aug 11

Parenting Teens in the Social Media Age

12:00pm to 1:00pm

The online world is an inevitable part of our children's lives. How we make it a safe place for them is a growing concern for all parents. Do you know how much "screen time" is appropriate? Do you know how to put restrictions on your child's devices? Experts from Harvard's EAP will have the answers to these questions, and more, in our live, group chat. Bring your questions and concerns to our panel, Joani Geltman, child development and parenting expert, and Julie Glovin, LICSW, EAP counselor.

Where can I get financial advice?

Several kinds of financial planning assistance are available through Harvard’s Employee Assistance Program (EAP). From establishing a budget to planning for college expenses, the EAP provides resources that can help. The EAP offers immediate, free, and confidential help for all Harvard employees and their household members.

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Where can I get legal advice?

Through Harvard’s Employee Assistance Program (EAP), employees can speak to an attorney free of charge for 30 minutes. If you then wish to retain legal representation, the EAP will refer you to an attorney who will provide services at a 25 percent discount. The EAP offers immediate, free, and confidential help for all Harvard employees and their household members.

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What resources do you have to help me care for an elder or other adult?

Counselors at Harvard’s EAP can help you create a strategy for caring for an elder or other adult. Eligible employees can use the in-home care services provided by Care.com BackUp Care to provide short-term care for a dependent. The SOURCE program, which provides a subsidy for such short-term care, is available to faculty and staff earning under $70,000 annually. Current faculty and staff members can learn more about these and other EAP services here.

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