State Employees Assistance Program (SEAP)

State Employees Assistance Program (SEAP)

Confidential Help With Life's Concerns

The State Employees Assistance Program (SEAP) provides employees and their family members confidential, no cost assistance with a broad range of personal and work-related problems such as:south hall mall

  • alcohol or drug problems
  • anxiety
  • caring for elderly parents or a disabled dependent
  • death and dying
  • depression
  • dual careers
  • eating disorders
  • finding childcare
  • gambling
  • job burnout
  • marital or relationship problems
  • physical abuse 
  • resolving financial, legal or other concerns
  • retirement concerns
  • single parenting
  • stress

Simply call SEAP (1-800-692-7459) when you feel a problem is getting too difficult to handle alone. You will be immediately connected to a supportive SEAP intake counselor - a skilled professional with a clinical master's degree and at least four years of clinical experience. The intake counselor will help evaluate your concerns and issues, and determine the best referral for you to receive assistance.

SEAP is available 24 hours-a-day, seven days-a-week. SEAP services are completely confidential. All records, including medical information, referrals and evaluations, are kept confidential in accordance with federal and state laws.

The SEAP statewide network includes psychiatrists, psychologists, social workers, and marriage, family and child counselors. All are licensed graduates of accredited programs and have at least five years of post-licensure clinical experience. Many SEAP counselors specialize in alcohol and substance abuse problems.

There is no charge for seeing a SEAP provider. However, you must call SEAP to have all visits pre-approved by a SEAP intake counselor.

Phone: (800) 692-7459 -- SEAP Referral
(800) 824-4306 -- TDD SEAP Referral
(570) 662-4055 -- MU SEAP Coordinator - Michelle Holbein

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