Employee program offers assistance at work, home

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  • By Jenny Gordon
  • Robins Public Affairs
The Employee Assistance Program, provided by Federal Occupational Health, can help members of the workforce with personal and family problems in order to ensure a happier, healthier and more productive life at home and work.

There are a variety of services available for government employees at Robins, including professional short-term counseling services that can provide referrals to community resources based on needs, health insurance coverage and financial resources.

Free consultation is also available with financial experts, and can include help with living will preparation; health care powers of attorney; real estate, estate or retirement planning; education funding and investment strategies.

EAP's training program is also available for supervisors and employees, which includes workshops, features and benefits, how to access resources and more. Other services include critical incident stress management counseling and supervisor and risk management consultation.

Program services here are available by calling Jamie Tillit at 327-7577 or Lynn Irvine at 327-7683. Located in Bldg. 207, the Occupational Medicine Clinic, office hours are 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. by appointment only, unless it's an emergency.

There is also access by calling 800-222-0364, 24 hours a day. You can also visit for educational materials, self-assessment tools and more specific information on services.