The mission of the Employee Assistance Program (EAP) is to contribute toward the total health of employees in order to have a productive and satisfied workforce.
The Employee Assistance Program (EAP) is designed to help employees experiencing personal problems, which may affect job performance. EAP helps employees solve problems as early as possible before they seriously affect self, family, and work performance.
Am I eligible to apply for EAP?
The EAP program is available to:
- all probationary and permanent employees
- casual and contract employees, as well as all other employees with six months continuous service and their immediate family members who live with them are also eligible, depending on their age
- Retirees within all provincial government departments, agencies and commissions, and the regional education and health boards.
EAP offers assistance in the following areas:
- Emotional Health and Wellness
- Relationship Difficulties
- Bereavement, Grief and Loss
- Anxiety, Stress and Depression
- Work Related Stress
- Family/Parenting/Eldercare Issues
- Alcohol and Substance Abuse
- Work/Life Balance
- Legal and Financial Stress
- Life Transitions
Is there a fee to apply for EAP?
There is no cost to you or your immediate family members.
What are the benefits of EAP?
- EAP benefits everyone. Employees get help with problems that can/are affecting work, family, and their well-being.
- The employer benefits by retaining employees with valuable skills and knowledge.
- Early use of the program can contribute to the prevention of serious problems for the individual employee, family, and the employer.
Employee Assistance Program
40B Burns Avenue
Charlottetown PE C1E 1H7
- Main offices - Charlottetown and Summerside
- Satellite offices - Montague and O'Leary