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Employee Assistance Program - SupportLinc

EMPLOYEE ASSISTANCE PROGRAM (EAP)

The University of Denver provides an EAP through SupportLinc to all benefitted employees at no cost. The EAP program is a health benefit, separate from medical insurance to help you manage life's daily challenges. The EAP is 100% confidential.

You or a direct family member may receive up to 6 visits per issue per year. SupportLinc can refer you to professional counselors, services, and resources that will help you and your spouse and immediate family members resolve a broad range of personal and work-related concerns.

SupportLinc offers several bilingual, confidential and professional support resources at no cost to you or your family, addressing a wide array of personal and work-related concerns, including: anxiety, depression, marriage and relationship problems, grief and loss, substance abuse, anger management, work-related pressures, stress.

SupportLinc also provides expert referrals for legal assistance, financial assistance and everyday family issues such as dependent care, auto repair, pet care and home improvement.

Access SupportLinc services by phone call or website.

Visit the website: https://www.supportlinc.com/
Username: universityofdenver

Call 1-888-881-LINC (5462)

SupportLinc also provides expert referrals for legal assistance, financial assistance and everyday family issues such as dependent care, auto repair, pet care and home improvement.

Other services include articles and tip sheets, search engines and directories for services, discount fitness center memberships, video counseling, online learning modules and a mobile app. Read more about SupportLinc's services here (Spanish).

For an array of further wellbeing articles, recipes, and techniques for self-care, you may visit SupportLinc's Wellbeing Place Blog.

ELECTRONIC FAMILY SUPPORT FLYER ENGLISH

ELECTRONIC FAMILY SUPPORT FLYER SPANISH

If you have questions at any time, email well@du.edu.

SupportLinc NewsLetters and webinars

To learn about this month's topic, log on at https://www.supportlinc.com/. Underneath "Web Access" type "universityofdenver" and click Submit. This brings you to the DU microsite. Scroll beneath "Dashboard" and click on the "Monthly Feature" tile.

Fall 2021 Newsletter in English

Fall 2021 Newsletter in Spanish

COVID-19 Toolkit

Please see tip sheets below to help navigate difficult times.

To Access the ToolKit, click here: https://www.eaptoolkit.com/coronavirus

Tip Sheet - Common Reactions for Trauma

Coping with Grief after Community Violence

Dealing with Uncertainty

Returning to Work After COVID-19

Refocusing at Work After COVID-19

Managing Your Team After COVID-19

Regenerating Positive Work Relationships

Mental Health Toolkit

Mental Health includes our emotional, psychological, and social wellbeing. It affects how we think, feel, and act. It also helps determine how we handle stress, relate to others, and make choices. Mental health is important at every stage of life, from childhood and adolescence through adulthood.

SupportLinc has a Mental Health Toolkit for further information.