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Welcome to FOH4You!
Employee Assistance Program
FOH4You is a confidential counseling and referral service designed to help you and your family successfully manage everyday challenges and work through personal or work-related concerns.
This website is full of valuable information, educational materials, and tools that can help you better understand and address key behavioral health issues (such as depression, stress, anxiety, and substance abuse), improve relationships, sharpen skills, achieve greater work/life balance, and tend to legal and financial matters.
Here you can:
- Review the wide range of available Employee Assistance Program (EAP) services and benefits
- Explore a host of health and wellness articles, newsletters, and videos
- Watch on-demand webinars and register for upcoming live sessions
- Access helpful assessments and tools
- Find a provider to meet your unique needs
Look for the Live Chat button on the right side of each page.
Live Chat is available Monday-Friday from 8:00am to 6:30pm ET. If you send a message outside of these hours, someone will respond the next business day. For technical issues, call 1-800-424-6008.
|EAP Overview Brochure
|Financial Services Brochure
|Legal Services Brochure
Services provided through the EAP are voluntary and confidential. Utilization of the program is not reported to your employer or maintained in a personnel file. The only exceptions are in cases involving referrals that are subject to federal drug-free workplace policies; if you consent to share information; or if FOH is required by applicable law to report a situation to an appropriate person or office (e.g., in cases of child or elder abuse, or threats to commit self-harm or harm to others).
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