Your EAP Partner offering free, confidential, and brief counseling to employees and their family members.
The Intermountain Employee Assistance Program is your partner in living a life filled with energy, strength, and vitality. Taking care of your mental health is as essential to your well-being as taking care of your physical health. Rewarding relationships at home and work, effective stress management skills, and learning to thrive with life changes are all goals that EAP can assist employees to achieve.
Counseling: Free, brief counseling for life problems such as conflict at work or with a family member, depression, anxiety, and life stress. Services are available to employees, spouses or partners, and dependent children ages 6-26.
Help for Caregivers: Information, resources, and coaching for employees who are providing assistance to a spouse or relative who is ill, disabled, or needs help with basic activities of daily living. Caregiver services can help identify medical, legal, and financial resources, as well as provide support for the emotional issues of caregiving.
Crisis Services: 24/7 telephone crisis services with a licensed mental health professional.
Legal/Financial Assistance: When legal or financial situations arise, you may need the counsel of an expert. The Intermountain Employee Assistance Program can help connect you with a participating attorney or financial advisor for a free consultation either on the phone or in person.
Call 800-838-7733 From 8 AM to 5 PM MST to schedule an appointment.
A crisis counselor is available by phone 24/7 at the same number.
You can also email at firstname.lastname@example.org with non-urgent questions or feedback.
I was drawn to Tooele due to the fact that it is a diverse community with a tremendous opportunity for growth. I am a secondary teacher and a coach that appreciates the fact that Tooele County School District is aggressively tackling the problems associated with overcrowding by building a new high school in Stansbury which is set to open in 2009, and making plans to build more high schools as the need increases.
-Dean Wilson, New Teacher, Tooele High School
There are many reasons why I chose Tooele to begin my teaching career. There are many other reasons why I plan to stay. I plan to stay because of the strong and friendly relationships I have made with some of my colleagues. Every time I walk out of my classroom, my view is obstructed by beautiful snow capped mountains.
-Andrew Garbowitz, 3rd Grade Teacher, West Elementary