Confidential - Voluntary - No cost
24 hours a day - 7 days a week - 365 days a year
The Employees Assistance Program is a joint labor-management program that benefits New York State employees by enhancing employee wellbeing, increasing productivity, and improving morale in the workplace. The Employees Assistance Program is funded through the collective bargaining agreements between the State of New York and the public employee unions: CSEA, PEF, UUP, NYSCOPBA, GSEU, Council 82, and DC-37. The Governor’s Office of Employee Relations contributes on behalf of management/confidential employees.
EAP is designed to help state employees deal with the everyday issues involved in balancing work and life, as well as more serious problems that may impact work performance. EAP services are confidential, voluntary, and offered at no cost to employees and their families.
EAP can help with:
|Alcohol and substance abuse||Child Care|
|Domestic violence||Elder Care|
|Family Issues||Financial Concerns|
|Gambling||Grief and Loss|
|Health and Wellness||Housing|
|Legal Issues||Mental Health Issues|
|Work-Life Balance||Work-Related Issues|
New York State Employee Assistance Program
2 Empire State Plaza, 11th Floor
Albany, NY 12223
Email: [email protected]