Employee Assistance Program (EAP)

Everyone needs help from time to time dealing with life's challenges.

Often it's not the unexpected that catches us off guard. It's more likely to be the predictable events and transitions in our lives---things like starting a new career, marriage, the birth of a child, the challenges teenagers present, caring for aging parents or buying a house---that find us unprepared. When you feel like you need help dealing with a situation that is troubling you, contact your EAP provider - Kepro!

Kepro EAP August 2019 Highlights:

Defining Personal Financial Wellbeing
You probably have a few goals in mind when it comes to thinking about your financial life. You might think about taking more control over bills, getting to a specific point like paying off a credit card, or making an important purchase. The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) wants to help people improve their financial lives by helping them set goals that can make a real difference, and working toward them. That's why the CFPB surveyed consumers across the country to hear what they had to say about financial wellbeing and what it means to them.  Learn more about the survey findings.

Your EAP is available 24/7, to help you ask for what you need.  Log into your EAP today and review this Monthly Feature to learn more, including tips & recommendations.

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Did YOU KNOW?

Your EAP is a CONFIDENTIAL resource, available for ALL UNH Faculty/Staff
(benefits eligible & adjunct)

Call Kepro at: 1-800-424-1749
Available 24/7, year round

Visit your EAP online - access a vast library, extensive resources, or use their Find A Counselor tool.  Log-in is required
Enter "USNH" as the company code.  The site is available for viewing in English and Spanish.
 

Review Your EAP Services:

Monthly Updates:

Webinars are pre-recorded & uploaded the 3rd Tuesday each month.

  • August 2019:  Webinar
    Effective BudgetingExamine your obstacles to reaching your financial goals, learn how to manage your debt, and develop a personal debt reduction plan. Budgeting is an important life skill, whether you need to pay down a debt, save for a future purchase, or put money into investments.
  • August 2019:  Tip Sheet
    Effective BudgetingDo you find yourself working hard and not knowing where your money is going? Are you unable to save for a goal? Try using these steps to get a handle on what is flowing in and out each month to see where you could make adjustments.

View Previous Webinars, Tip Sheets & Newsletters

'Solutions'

Newsletter for managers & supervisors - providing guidance in dealing with workplace performance issues.

'Balance - Employee Newsletter'

A newsletter to help employees maintain a healthy work-life balance.

Vol. 19, Issue #3

Is a Family Member Mentally Ill?
Working Under Pressure

Be an Inclusive Role Model for a Positive Workplace
Signs an Alcohol Use Assessment is Needed
When Employees Struggle with Opioid Addiction
Is Your Body Saying, “Enough!”