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EAP for Employers and Managers

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Why choose Capital Region Medical Center's DIRECTION: EAP?

  • DIRECTION: EAP is the leading provider of EAP services in the Jefferson City area.
  • We partner with a variety of businesses, schools, associations and governmental organizations within the Mid-Missouri community.
  • Approximately 4,000 employees are covered through EAP clients.
  • Capital Region Medical Center has offered EAP service since 1976.
  • DIRECTION: EAP is part of a much larger picture, which includes Capital Region Medical Center, the University of Missouri Health Care system and Capital Region Corporate Health offers a Worker's Compensation Management Program; a Work Injury Rehabilitation Program, Health & Wellness Screening Programs; Drug Screening programs; and more.
  • CRMC clinicians represent a comprehensive variety of specialty areas.
  • CRMC's EAP can be accessed immediately at any time.
  • All it takes to set up an appointment or talk with an EAP counselor is a phone call.

Cost of Services

Given the average cost of termination, recruitment, hiring and training of new employees, if the EAP saves just one job per year, it will typically pay for itself.

EAP fees:

  • Prices are based on a specified fee per employee per year
  • One price covers all services and materials
  • Special discounts are available for small businesses
  • Billing is submitted on a quarterly basis
  • Quotes are available

EAP services for your employees and their family members:

  • 24-hour, 7-day per week hotline
  • Toll-free telephone access
  • Face-to-face assessments and short-term counseling (typically, up to six free sessions per year)
  • Referral to quality, cost-effective resources within the community for legal and financial services, as well as other types of assistance
  • Follow-up and case management services
  • Annual Employee orientations
  • Educational programs on wellness issues
  • Critical incident stress debriefings for issues such as death of an employee, medical emergencies, natural disasters, and violence in the workplace

Contact

For more information or to receive a price quote for services, call (573) 636-8255 or e-mail Ann Pollock at apollock@mail.crmc.org.