is pleased to introduce Penns Employee Assistance (EAP)
and Work/Life Benefits, a new one-stop, integrated program for
Penn faculty and staff and their immediate family members dealing
Major Life Change, such as: a new baby, a challenging new
job, or loss of a loved one,
Care Issues, such as: finding child or elder care resources,
dealing with a special needs child or dependent adult situation,
or helping your child prepare for grade school, high school
or college, or
Major Life Challenge, such as: depression, extreme anxiety
are provided by the former Employee Assistance Program organization,
so the phone number, initial contact process and multi-site
network remains the same. But the program has expanded to include
Work/Life Benefits. And now the organization is known as PENN
Behavioral Health or PBH.
www.hr.upenn.edu/quality/wellness/eap.asp, 24 hours-a-day,
7 days-a-week, for free, confidential on-the-phone consultations,
face-to-face counseling sessions, and resource referrals and
can find special support through this program, such as when
a candidate for a new position needs dependent care information
to complete a decision process or when the office experiences
a traumatic incident.
The Penn EAP
and Work/Life Benefits Program is designed to support todays
active and busy workers as they strive to manage the competing
demands of work and personal life.
You will need your PennNet ID to obtain access codes for online
Work/Life Benefits. If you do not have a PennNet ID and are
interested in learning how to get this identification code,
go to www.upenn.edu/computing/netid/.
If you need additional assistance, call 888-321-4433.
Please contact Marilyn Kraut at (215) 898-0380 or email@example.com
of Human Resources