EAP Benefits

Stressed and Overwhelmed? We can help.

Farmington, CT (April 17, 2017) – It is a known fact that Americans feel overworked and overwhelmed by the amount of priorities they have to juggle in their daily lives. The American Psychological Association reveals that money and work are the top two sources of significant stress. With so many things demanding our time and energy, it can often become too overwhelming to handle alone. With employee assistance programs (EAPs), employers have the ability to provide resources to their employees to assist with any personal or work-related stressors. These issues can ultimately impact employees’ health, mental well-being, and overall work performance.

Employee Assistance Programs

Envolve PeopleCare™ has incorporated Managed Health Network’s (MHN) expertise with EAP to expand our service offerings for members. Our EAP services help employees improve their emotional and physical wellbeing through four main services: clinical support, work and life services, health and wellness services, and client services.

Clinical Support
When a phone call is made, our clinicians are available 24/7 to assist with life’s many challenges. They are also prepared to refer the caller in need to an alternative professional, if needed. Our clinical support line can assist with personal or family issues, problems in the workplace, stress management, anxiety, responses to traumatic events, and concerns on use of alcohol or drugs. For a more personal experience, these licensed clinicians also have the capability to conduct face-to-face sessions or web-video consultations depending on the caller’s needs.

Work & Life Services
Our work and life services help find a balance amongst the stressors brought on through work and everyday life. These services can help with childcare and eldercare assistance, financial services, legal services, identity theft recovery services, and daily living services.

Health & Wellness Services
When life becomes stressful or too busy, it is easy to lose focus on our own health and wellness. The majority of adults report having at least one chronic illness, while 1 in 4 people have 2 or more chronic conditions. The EAP website provides tools and resources that can help identify tips and tricks on maintaining whole body health. These tips include information that can reduce stress, improve physical and emotional health, and simplify challenges that arise in life and at work. The tools provided include an online health risk assessment and self-help programs for managing weight, proper nutrition, smoking cessation and managing stress. Wellness coaching services are also available to help create a personalized plan to make health goals more attainable.

Client Services
As part of our client services, EPC provides resources to empower employers to assist their employees. These services help organizations manage for success, promote workplace wellness and improve employee performance and organizational efficiency. The main components of the client services are organizational guidance, training and skill development, and organizational development. These tools will empower employees to take charge of their professional development.

Any of these services can benefit a company’s culture; when employees are healthier and more productive, businesses can capitalize on it too.

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Managed Health Network (MHN) is one of the most experienced and capable providers of managed behavioral health care and Employee Assistance Programs (EAPs). We offer assistance programs, behavioral health solutions, organizational development & guidance, training & skill development, and wellness & lifestyle programs.  MHN will be bringing these capabilities to the Envolve PeopleCare family of companies.

Our collective expertise is now focused on our purpose to relentlessly improve personal health and life behaviors, one person at a time.

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