EAP for Employees
If you are the employee of a company who is enrolled in Family Services Employee Assistance Program, then there is free confidential help available for you and your family members
How can Family Services EAP help me?
The EAP provides counseling, assessment and referral for challenges affecting you and your family at home or at work. Some of the problems that Family Services can help with include:
- Alcohol and drug abuse
- Marital problems
- Parent/child conflict
- Children’s problems
- Divorce adjustment
- Sexual abuse
- Crisis intervention
- Financial concerns
- Eating disorders
- A legal access plan for any legal issue
Who is eligible?
The program’s services are available to all employees of enrolled companies and their immediate family members.
How much do services cost?
A predetermined number of one-hour counseling sessions are available free of charge to employees and their family members. Often, a couple of visits with a counselor are all an individual needs to gain perspective on a problem and a sense of control. If additional sessions are needed, they will be the responsibility of the employee. Our services are covered by most insurance companies. A sliding fee scale is available for those without insurance. For certain problems or situations, referral to other professionals may also be necessary. Contact your employer or Family Services to determine how many free sessions are available to you and your family members.
Are services confidential?
All information shared with Family Services will be completely confidential to the extent provided by the law. Your written permission will be required to release any information.
Where are services provided?
Services are provided at Family Services Counseling Center located at:
3550 Fannin Street
Beaumont, Texas 77701
How can I contact the EAP?
To make an appointment, call:
409-833-2668 or 1-800-727-3080
Your call will be handled confidentially. In addition, a representative of the Family Services counseling staff will be available at your place of employment at regularly scheduled times for consultations about the program.
An optional Legal Access Plan is available and can be accessed by visiting http://fssetx.legalaccessplans.com/. Contact your employer to see if it is included in your EAP contract.