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Employee Assistance Program

Help When It's Needed

Dearborn National offers an Employee Assistance Program (EAP) that can help:

  • Minimize absenteeism and bolster employee wellness
  • Resolve personal issues professionally
  • Immediately address an issue before it becomes a crisis

Confidential and Accessible Help

Professional counseling is available for a variety of personal concerns. Depending on plan options selected, counseling is available by phone, in-person or both. Counselors are trained to help with these issues and more:

  • Mental or emotional problems
  • Substance abuse
  • Relationships—marital, family, workplace
  • Child development or child care
  • Elder care

Services From a Trusted Leader

Our EAP program is administered by ComPsych Corporation, the world’s largest provider of a pioneer in EAP. All counselors have master’s degrees and are certified EAP or Addiction Specialists. This valuable professional help is available by phone 24 hours, 365 days a year. In addition, helpful tools, articles and resources are accessible on an online Web resource center designed specifically to support issues for our EAP program.

Affordable Assistance With Options

For employers looking to boost morale, an EAP solution can send a very positive signal to employees. Several options are available, with costs starting at just over a dollar per employee. And, when you consider the potential negative effects of personal issues on the workplace, EAP services offer tremendous value. Dearborn National’s EAP is extended to our Group Life, Group Disability and Group Dental customers.

 

Disability and life insurance may be underwritten by the Dearborn National® brand companies. Employee Assistance Program (EAP) services are provided by Compsych Corporation. The Dearborn National brand companies do not provide any part of the EAP services. Only the service agreement can provide the actual terms, coverage, services, amounts, conditions and exclusions. This page is for illustrative purposes only and is not a contract. It is intended to provide a general overview of the services described.