Helping You Thrive in Everyday Life
Juggling the demands of work, family, and other obligations, can make life stressful. Life-Work Connections/EAP provides professional and confidential guidance provided at no cost for employees and their immediate family members. Our confidential service provides UR employees and their families the opportunity to discuss personal or work-related problems with a professional counselor 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Our team work closely with Behavioral Health Partners, who offers confidential, short-term services for individuals requiring treatment for stress, anxiety, and depression.
We’ll offer you guidance and resources for coping more effectively with a variety of personal and work-related challenges including:
- Problems with a supervisor or coworker
- Grief and Bereavement
- Family/marriage/relationship issues
- Drug/alcohol Dependency
- Financial stress
- Child/adolescent issues
- Parent/child problems
- Stress-related illnesses
- Mediation needs
- Becoming a parent
- Illness or disability
New Client Forms
Please download and complete our new client forms prior to your first visit.
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Additional support for URMC staff is available through YoUR Support and the Medical Faculty and Clinician Wellness Program.
Learn more about EAP telehealth, allowing you to meet with an EAP counselor via secure video conference.
Working Parents Support Group
We are now offering a Working Parents Support Group in partnership with Well-U. Visit UR Total Rewards for additional details or to enroll.
EAP Supervisor Training Sessions
The 2018 EAP Supervisor Series is underway. Enroll through MyPath, or download the EAP Supervisor Series flyer for more information.
Life-Work Connections/EAP is brought to you by Well-U, which provides a variety of programs and resources to eligible employees.
The Employee Assistance Program Benefits website for Faculty and Staff of the University of Rochester includes only the Life-Work Connections/EAP services. Biometric screenings, the Personal Health Assessment, lifestyle and condition management programs, Behavioral Health Partners, flu shots, and the 24/7 Nurse Line are part of the University health care plans.
This document provides only a summary of some of the features of these plans. Detailed information on the plans is available on the Office of Total Rewards website or a paper copy of the information is available from the Benefits Office.
The University reserves the right to modify, amend or terminate the plans or programs at any time, including actions that may affect coverage cost-sharing or covered benefits, as well as benefits that are provided to current and future retirees.