Employee Assistance Program
Organizational web ID: CCPSEAP
Charles County Public Schools (CCPS) has a new Employee Assistance Program (EAP) provider, ComPsych GuidanceResources.
ComPsych is a national employee assistance and work/life company dedicated to helping Charles County Public Schools (CCPS) employees improve their health and well-being through quality services.
The EAP benefit is no cost to employees and their dependents, and it is also confidential. ComPsych representatives have considerable expertise and clinical knowledge. They are well versed in helping clients of all ages, from young children to the elderly.
The EAP can assist with many issues, including stress, depression, anxiety, workplace difficulties, substance abuse, marital problems, family or parenting conflicts, grief, violence and unhealthy lifestyles. They can also provide additional assistance with:
- Finding child and elder care.
- Hiring movers or home repair contractors
- Divorce, adoption, family law, wills and trusts.
- Retirement planning, taxes.
- Relocation, mortgage and insurance.
- Budgeting, debt and bankruptcy.
ComPsych GuidanceResources is available when you need it, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. ComPsych will also coordinate with CCPS’s health plan for cases that require treatment under your medical benefit.
For additional information call toll-free at 1-877-465-0865. The TTY phone number is 800-697-0353. Online tools are available at www.guidanceresources.com. To create an account, click Register and use the web ID: CCPSEAP.
TOLL FREE: 1-877-465-0865
Organizational web ID for registration: CCPSEAP
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