Civilian Employee Assistance Program
The primary goal and objectives of the Employee Assistance Program (EAP) are to train new employees on the availability of the program, conduct annual training of assigned supervisors of civilian employees on the signs and symptoms of abuse, as well as supervisory rights and responsibilities, conduct annual training for civilian employees on topics such as stress management, Employee Assistance Program, prevention of violence in the workplace, etc.
The Army recognizes that certain problems/disorders can cause great economic loss and much physical and mental anguish to individuals and families. These problems and /or dependencies can be successfully treated and resolved. Civilian employee problems may range from emotional, psychological, psychiatric, stress related, substance dependence, and other disorders. The confidentiality of individuals using the program is carefully protected, and no information, with respect to a participant, is furnished to any employer, union local or any other person without the express consent of the participant.
For further information, please contact the staff at Army Substance Abuse Program, Building 7424, at 785-239-5047.