Penn Medicine Community Employee Assistance Programs (EAPs)
- Where you go for EAP depends on your employer. Please refer to the table below.
- Use the same contact information for Critical Incident Debriefings, group support and resource -awareness sessions for those impacted by a critical incident.
- On a mobile device? Click here.
|Perelman School of Medicine||PSOM's Employee Assistance Program (EAP) provides eligible faculty and staff and their families access to free, confidential, 24/7 counseling and referral services for personal and professional life issues from any location.||www.healthadvocate.com/upenn
*PSOM contracts with Health Advocate to implement our EAP program. When you visit their site, you will need to register using your penn key/password.
|UPHS + CCH||If you would like some information or resources, call (888) 321-4433, 24-hours a day, 7-days a week. This is a no cost, professional, confidential EAP service for you and your dependent's personal and professional needs.||https://www.med.upenn.edu/psychiatry/pbhcs.html||888-321-4433|
|LGH||Quest’s custom-built EAP Program is designed to help employees help themselves by facilitating timely access to mental health and substance abuse counselors and therapists within our behavioral health network, 24/7.||www.questeap.com||1-800-364-6352|
|Princeton Health||The Princeton Employee Assistance Program is a counseling benefit that is available to any Princeton Health employee and their adult household members.||https://www.princetonhcs.org/care-services/princeton-employee-assistance-program||1-800-527-0035|