Employee Assistance Program

Help, when you need it most.

With your Employee Assistance Program and Work/Life Balance services, confidential assistance is as close as your phone or computer.

Employee Assistance Program (EAP)

Your EAP is designed to help you lead a happier and more productive life at home and at work. Call for confidential access to a Licensed Professional Counselor* who can help you.

A Licensed Professional Counselor can help you with:

• Stress, depression, anxiety
• Relationship issues, divorce
• Job stress, work conflicts
• Family and parenting problems
• Anger, grief and loss
• And more

Work/Life Balance

You can also reach out to a specialist for help with balancing work and life issues. Just call and one of our Work/Life Specialists can answer your questions and help you find resources in your community.

Ask our Work/Life Specialists about:

• Child care
• Elder care
• Legal questions
• Identity theft
• Financial services, debt management, credit report issues
• Even reducing your medical/dental bills
• And more

*Up to three visits for free with a Licensed Professional Counselor

Toll-free 24/7 access:
1.800.854.1446 (multi-lingual) or
If you are enrolled in health insurance through Kalamazoo College the ASR Health Insurance uses the Physicians
Care/HAP and Multiplan networks found at ASRHealthBenefits.com.

Help is easy to access:

Online/phone support: Unlimited, confidential, 24/7.

In-person: You can get up to 3 visits available at no additional cost to you with a Licensed Professional Counselor. Your counselor may refer you to resources in your community for ongoing support.

Who is covered?

Unum’s EAP services are available to all eligible employees, their spouses or domestic partners, dependent children, parents and parents-in-law.

Medical Bill Saver

When a covered employee has a medical or dental bill totaling over $400 in out-of-pocket costs, Unum’s skilled negotiating team works with the provider(s) to get a discount. Successful negotiations can save employees hundreds, and sometimes thousands, of dollars. Unum’s experts can also show employees how to keep bills lower in the future — for example, by using in-network providers.