Seminars are free and available to all employees.
Elder Care Monthly Discussion Group
July 11, MGH, 12-1 PM
Featured Work Life Seminar
Resources for LGBTQ Individuals, Their Families and Friends, 6/28 @ 1:00 PM (webinar)
Upcoming Work Life Seminars
The EAP offers a range of programs in the workplace. Learn about upcoming events.
Upcoming EAP Training for Managers and Supervisors
What Every Manager Should Know about the EAP: A Work & Life Resource, July 20 @ 9:00 AM (webinar)
How are you Feeling?- Online Mental Health Screening, Free and Anonymous (English and Spanish)
Want to get your smile back? Feeling sad, angry or anxious? Is alcohol becoming a problem? Start with a free mobile-optimized and user-friendly screening that is completely anonymous...
EAP Celebrates Boston Pride Month
Each year LGBTQ communities and friends celebrate Pride Month in June to recognize the impact that gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender individuals have had on the world. The EAP recommends a wide range of supportive services that are welcoming and informed about LGBTQ issues...
June is designated National Safety Month!
Whether considering safety issues within your home, outdoors, or driving your automobile, protective steps can reduce the risk of danger to you and your family.
EAP Helps Raise Awareness for Post Traumatic Stress
June is recognized nationally as Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) Awareness Month to raise awareness and encourage people to access treatment and other services. To learn about trauma recovery and resilience ...
Looking for Summer Activities for your kids?
Many towns and cities have affordable summer programs for children. Have you checked out your local Parks and Recreations Summer Programming? To learn more about summer programs in MA...
Binge Drinking May Not Be What You Think
The summer season is upon us. Summer gatherings often involve alcohol. Binge drinking may not be what you think. ...
Lethal synthetic opioid found in New England
Carfentanil has been detected in three New England States and is a significant safety risk to the public, providers, and emergency response personnel. Carfentanil is a synthetic opioid 100 times more potent than Fentanyl and is not approved for use in humans. In cases of suspected exposure, call 911 immediately. The government has issued a special advisory...
Quit Smoking in 2017
Thinking about quitting smoking? Check out these resources...