Counseling Services for NMSU Employees
The NMSU Employee Assistance Program is the principle provider of confidential counseling for faculty and staff experiencing personal and work related issues affecting their job performance. Faculty and staff experiencing issues with alcohol and or drug abuse are encouraged to contact NMSU EAP. Faculty and staff’s spouse or significant other are also eligible for services. There is no cost for counseling.
NMSU EAP also provides consultation for department heads and supervisors concerning identification and intervention of faculty and staff experiencing personal/work issues affecting their job performance.
For appointments contact: 646-6603
The state of New Mexico Risk Management Division, who owns and administers the medical, prescription and dental plans that NMSU participates in, is offering a service to all employees. The Solutions Group (a division of the Presbyterian Healthcare Services) provides Employee Assistance Program (EAP) services to eligible employees and their family members.
The state of New Mexico EAP services provide up to six free, confidential counseling sessions per occurrence. Family members living in the same household with the employee and eligible dependents may also utilize the EAP services, free of charge. Participants will have access 24/7/365 via telephone.
Online: www.solutionsbiz.com (password SONMEAP)
Group session presentations from September 26-27, 2017
- Tuesday, September 26
- Wednesday, September 27
- Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) about the state of New Mexico EAP
- The Solutions Group Brochure
- Anxiety flyer
- Workplace Harassment flyer
- “Concerned about your child?” flyer
- Drugs and alcohol flyer
- Gambling flyer
- Relationship violence flyer
- Stress flyer
- Webinars: Available live and on-demand