CHI Health Employee Assistance Program (EAP) provides a variety of services as part of your employee benefits. We will assist you and your dependents in addressing and resolving personal and professional concerns. Under your plan, EAP sessions are completely free.
If services are recommended beyond the support of our program, we will assist you in locating the best and most cost-effective resources available. Please contact your employer’s Human Resource Department if you have questions regarding eligibility.
If you have a situation that is causing stress or seems to affect your personal health and happiness, consider contacting us.
Why You Should Use Your Employee Assistance Program
EAP can assist you with a variety of concerns including:
- Work-related stress
- Marital and family distress
- Loss and grief
- Anxiety, depression or emotional stress
- Addictions, including
- Compulsive spending, eating, and Internet addiction
- Life changes
- Legal / financial challenges
Our Staff of Professionals
Our full-time staff of EAP counselors are master's level licensed professionals trained to provide you with a wide range of services including referrals, consultation and short-term problem solving. Our EAP staff professionals are Certified Employee Assistance Professionals (CEAP).
Confidentiality is Assured
All contact between you and the EAP is confidential. No information will be reported about you or about your use of our services without your written consent, except when required by law.
Our Office Location
The CHI Health Employee Assistance office is located on the campus of CHI Health Creighton University Medical Center - Bergan Mercy, BERGAN ONE Professional Center, Suite 332 in Omaha, Nebraska.
For those who live in the Omaha / Council Bluffs metropolitan area, there are other sites available if the Bergan Mercy Medical Center location is difficult for you to access. For more information or to arrange a confidential appointment with one of our counselors, please call us at (402) 398-5566 or 1 (888) 847-4975.
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