We all face problems from time to time and usually, we can handle them ourselves. But sometimes we need to reach out for help, which is why your employer provides you and your family with employee assistance program benefits through Triad EAP. Health insurance treats your physical health, Triad EAP treats your mental health. Triad EAP is a free, confidential service.
At Triad, we believe in treating the whole employee: helping when problems arise such as when there is a death in the family, work-related stress, or marital problems; and also working proactively such as personal development, life coaching, and setting life goals.
Life’s challenges can be resolved with counseling from a professional. Triad can help with:
- Relationship issues
- Grief or trauma
- Substance abuse
- Workplace challenges
- Communication skills
- Family/parenting issues
- And many other issues
It’s easy to get help!
Triad can help employees find services Monday through Friday 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. During after hours, Triad has Master’s level counselors available to help employees, their spouses/significant others, and their children 26 and under if they are in crisis.
Triad EAP believes it should be your choice whether you see a counselor face-to-face or telephonically, so we offer both options.
Are you an employee wanting to access your benefits?
Please select the login button in the upper right corner of the home page, and enter your organization's unique login credentials. If you need assistance with information, please call us at (877) 679-1100, Monday through Friday between 8 a.m. and 6 p.m. (MST).
You are not alone
Depressive disorders affect more than 15 million adults (18 and older) annually and suicide is considered to be the 10th leading cause of death. Sadly, only 22% of those diagnosed with depression receive adequate and effective treatment.
Sometimes there is no reason or occasion behind depression, but if you feel you may be depressed, seeking help early will help you get back on track more quickly. Look for these signs and symptoms of depression:
- Activities you usually enjoy don’t make you as happy
- Reduction in appetite
- Memory and concentration problems
- Low confidence
- Feeling the need to “try” to be happy
- Repetitive and negative thinking
- Sleep problems
- Looking for ways to self-medicate
- Losing joy in life