Public Safety EAP provides more services and more benefits than any other EAP

Public safety responders are different. They put their lives in jeopardy every day. They have different stressors. Public Safety EAP is designed to address the specific issues that public safety personnel and their families face every day.

  • Public Safety Family Matters

    Public Safety Family Matters

    First responder families face special challenges and demands. The nature of the important work that first responders do can be stressful, disruptive, and often requires immediacy or extended hours - all of which can take a toll on family members as well as workers. This resource center offers links and tools related to a variety ...

  • When depression persists…

    When depression persists…

    It's common to hear people talk about being depressed. Usually, when people say this, they are talking about feeling sad or bad about a temporary or situational event. Clinical depression is different than the sadness we feel after a bad event. It is a crippling condition that can last for weeks, months, even for years. ...

  • Family Matters

    Family Matters

    When home and family life is balanced and going well, life is good - but when there are problems at home, it is almost impossible not to have those issues take a toll at work too. A sick child, an elderly parent, a troubled teen or a household budget problem -- any of these issues ...

  • Budget Helpers for Public Safety Personnel

    Budget Helpers for Public Safety Personnel

    Tough economic times are putting a strain on budgets - both on the job and off. This resource center offers tools to bolster budgets - both for you and for your department. Find links to special offers and discounts on arms, gear and equipment, along with other tools, links, articles and advice. Topics include:   Special Offers & ...

  • Is alcohol or drugs causing problems in your life?

    Is alcohol or drugs causing problems in your life?

    Roughly one in every ten persons has an alcohol or drug abuse problem serious enough to interfere with work, with home life, or with health. But that's just the tip of the iceberg because every problem drinker or substance abuser also has a negative effect on a circle of people around them. Virtually all of ...

  • Challenges of Military Deployment and Homecoming

    Challenges of Military Deployment and Homecoming

    With so many veterans, reservists and National Guard among the population of Public Safety personnel, deployment and post deployment issues are common. This resource center is designed to offer links and resources for deploying or returning military service members, their families, and their employers. Resources range from family support groups, practical resources, and tip sheets ...

  • Help at your fingertips 24 /7

    Help at your fingertips 24 /7

    Sometimes, problems seem worst late at night. If one of our members or one of their family members is facing a significant personal problem, they can call for assistance anytime 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Day or night, our lines are staffed by experienced counselors with a Master's or PH.D degree. And ...

  • Social Media for First Responders

    Social Media for First Responders

    Tips, tutorials, guides, and resources for navigating social media networks, blogs, photo and video sharing, news readers and collaborative resources. Social media is the new town hall and our resource center is specifically geared to bring you the best-of-the best resources for first responders, firefighters and law enforcement personnel. Our resource center is specifically geared to ...

  • Mediation Services

    Mediation Services

    New! Resolve difficult employment-related disputes - avoid lawsuits! We have partnered with MWI, a leading mediation and arbitration service, to offer a 15% discount on hourly services to our member organizations. Employment related disputes can be time consuming, distracting and morale draining. They can also be costly. Preparing for a discrimination case can range from $10,000 to ...

  • Pets are family members, too!

    Pets are family members, too!

    We love our pets! Nearly two-thirds of all U.S. households have a pet. According to the American Veterinary Medical Association, more than 37% of all U.S. households have a pet dog and 32% have a pet cat - some have more than one. And that doesn’t even figure in horses, birds, and a variety of ...

  • Mental Health Issues for First Responders

    Mental Health Issues for First Responders

    First responders face special challenges - including heightened stress and pressure that can take a toll on mental and emotional well being. This resource center offers links, tip sheets and tools to "help the helpers." Topics include:   Critical Incident Stress Management (CISM) Managing Stress Dealing with Depression PTSD Substance Abuse Suicide Prevention Quick Tips - Tip Sheets & Handouts ...

  • Reduce your stress

    Reduce your stress

    A little bit of stress in our lives is normal and can be a good thing – it keeps us engaged and enables us to meet challenges. But sometimes, life’s challenges can result in ongoing stress which interferes with sleep, work, and general enjoyment of life. When stress continues without relief, it can pose problems ...

  • The burden of being a caregiver

    The burden of being a caregiver

    About one in every six people is a caregiver – for an aging parent, a special needs family member, or a wounded veteran. Many caregivers are aging themselves - about 30% fall in this category. Many others are sandwiched between caring for elderly relatives and providing child care, a double burden. Most caregivers are employed ...

Public Safety EAP Professional Benefits

  • Mental Health Issues for First Responders

    Mental Health Issues for First Responders

    First responders face special challenges - including heightened stress and pressure that can take a toll on mental and emotional well being.

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  • Social Media for First Responders

    Social Media for First Responders

    Tips, tutorials, guides, and resources for navigating social media networks, blogs, photo and video sharing, news readers and collaborative resources. Social media is the new town hall and our resource center is specifically geared to bring you the best-of-the best resources for first responders, firefighters and law enforcement personnel. Our resource center is specifically geared…

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    Public Safety Family Matters

    First responder families face special challenges and demands. The nature of the important work that first responders do can be stressful, disruptive, and often requires immediacy or extended hours – all of which can take a toll on family members as well as workers. This resource center offers links and tools related to a variety…

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ESI Provides more Management Services

We have redefined the EAP concept to include an entire menu of management-focused solutions to help you minimize costs and maximize productivity. Here are just some of the solutions.