employee assistance program
Our Team Offers
Mental Health Treatment
Why Crimson Care?
It cost companies more than $200 billion annually in the United States when your employees aren’t present.
Let’s give them the best care….crimson care.
The Crimson Care team can help with:
Major Life Events
Health Care Concerns
Job Related Issues
Aging Parent Issues
Medical Treatment if necessary
Crimson Care is Here For You
We are local and in person
On-site workplace trauma support
On-site management training, education and consultation services and support
Referral directly to our mental health and clinical team; Psychiatry, Therapy, Medical
24/7 Crisis Support Services
What Your Employees Need From Crimson Care
Care in settling into a new town
Care in recovery from identity theft
Care in learning how to create a budget
Care in finding support in parenting and caregiving
Care in coping with a sudden loss
Care in crossing items off the to-do list
Care in making a smooth transition into retirement
Here is How Crimson Care Can Partner With You To Help Your Workforce
Promote and educate: Make sure employees know your company offers an EAP, how to access it, and when help is available (many operate 24/7, year-round). Include information about the EAP in their benefits package, and send out reminders throughout the year, including the EAP’s website address. Many EAPs have an extensive library of articles about employee work-life balance on their websites.
Stress privacy: Communicate that using an EAP is always confidential and that their personal information won’t be shared.
Emphasize free services: Let employees know that the cost of most EAP services is covered by the company and available at no cost to them. Or, if an employee needs additional services or assistance beyond what’s offered to them for free (e.g., ongoing counseling sessions or legal advice), inform them of any discounts they may receive.
Make it personal: Personally tell struggling employees about your EAP’s services when necessary. If an employee is going through a divorce and tells you she can’t focus on her work, give her the contact information for the EAP. Many EAPs offer referrals for attorneys and mediators, as well as counselors for help dealing with the emotional issues surrounding divorce. Be sure to have this discussion in private, though, and not in front of her team.