We are in the midst of many transitions in education which affect us and our jobs each day. With transitions come new learning, anticipation and uncertainty which can cause additional stress and concern. Not to mention, we have personal obligations with family, church, community, etc., that can cause us to feel a little overwhelmed at times. Most of the time we can endure and handle the additional pressures, but sometimes we all need a little help in coping with the day-to-day challenges of life. Please do not forget that AEA 267 is one of many employers that takes part in the Employee Assistance Program (EAP).
The EAP can aid in finding solutions. The EAP offers a confidential place to find the answers that work for you. Whether the issue is depression, stress, anxiety, family conflict, or financial difficulties, trained counselors are available to assist. For more information, download the EAP brochure today. Please remember that when you reach out to the program, it is kept in the strictest confidence and the contact is not reported back to the agency.