E-mail the Counselor
Sometimes people have very busy schedules and it is convenient for them to email a counselor to ask a question, get basic information or find resources for dealing with issues.
If you would like to e-mail the counselor, write an e-mail and include in the subject area- “web question”. This helps the counselor know that your e-mail is a web question and not spam.
This is a confidential e-mail and will only be viewed by an EAP counselor or staff member.
The Employee Assistance Program is a service provided to companies that specifically contract with us to provide employee assistance services for their employees. Remember that the Employee Assistance on-line information is not a substitute for in-office counseling/coaching. We provide information to help you become better informed, healthier and to identify available resources. The on-line information received from the Employee Assistance is in no way intended nor should it be construed to establish, replace or function as a substitute for a counselor/client relationship.
This site is intended for employees 18 years or older of companies contracting with the EAP.
If you or someone you know has thoughts of death or suicide, you can contact your Employee Assistance Program (For Employees of contracted companies call 800-542-6021 or 501-686-2588) or you can contact a medical professional, clergy member, loved one, friend or crisis line.
In Arkansas: The Crisis Center
Adult Line………………….1-888-CRISIS2 (1-888-274-7472)
Phone Friend………….…..1-888-SAFECALL (1-888-723-3225)
Teen Line…………..………1-800-798-TEEN (1-800-798-8336)
National Suicide Prevention Hotlines