Employee Assistance Program (EAP)

What is an Employee Assistance Program for?

In the fast-paced world in which we live, there are times when it is overwhelming to address the demands of work and personal life. Sometimes situations at home can be reflected in the life of work, so difficulties at work can affect relationships at home. Fortunately FHC has the resources of the Employee Assistance Program (PAE).

Benefits of the EAO

The PAE is a program to help you and your eligible dependents manage life situations. To get help, simply call the cost-free line. Your call will be answered by specialized professionals, who will offer you options to achieve the solution of your situations.

Legal and Financial Counseling

FHC will be providing you with initial guidance to help you with your financial or legal planning. Any covered beneficiary is eligible to be referred to an initial 30-minute telephone consultation for each legal or financial matter at no cost.

It can help you in situations such as:

  • Marital and family problems
  • Alcohol and drug abuse
  • Unbalance between family life and at work
  • Symptoms of depression and anxiety
  • Work-related concerns
  • Career changes
  • Personal development and growth
  • Parenting
  • Help with caring for the elderly
  • Employee transitions to a new supervisor
  • Emotional challenges (example: death, divorce)

PAE Essential Services

  • Referred
  • Seminars
  • Traces
  • Critical incidents
  • Life situations
  • Executive coaching
  • Legal and financial counseling
  • Confidential telephone evaluation and counseling
  • Free 24/7 service line
  • Free visits to a counselor, psychologist or clinical social worker for the eligible employee and direct dependents

FHC is committed to helping people enjoy a better life. We offer educational programs through the Employee Assistance Program (PAE) on a variety of important topics related to life and work. These training workshops and seminars have been developed by organizational psychologists and clinical psychologists who have organized them into four categories for the wide range of talks:

  • Motivational conversations
  • Seminars for managers and supervisors
  • Seminars for Team Efficiency Skills
  • Personal development seminars applied to employment