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Substance Misuse and Addiction
The Mass General Brigham Employee Assistance Program is available to help with a variety of substance misuse and addiction issues. Navigating these problems can be challenging for all those impacted. Below are some helpful resources. Please contact the EAP at 866-724-4327 if you need further assistance for yourself or someone you care about.
Partners in Helping You Quit – for Mass General Brigham and Family Members Are you interested in cutting back or quitting tobacco or vape use? Partners in Helping You Quit (PiHQ) Free Employee Smoking Cessation Program offers treatment and coaching for employees, spouses, and adult dependents. A tobacco treatment coach helps smokers make a plan and provides guidance through the process of cutting down and becoming tobacco free. – PiHQ offers bi-weekly phone calls for 12 weeks, followed by monthly calls for 12 months. – Counseling is individualized and conducted by phone and email for convenience. Counseling is customized, private and confidential. – No office visits required. – Partners health insurance covers any FDA-approved stop-smoking medication, with a prescription from a healthcare provider. For additional information, call PiHQ at 617-724-2205, or email PIHQ@partners.org
In case of emergency, please call 911 or your local hospital emergency service.
This site is not intended to provide any clinical assessment, counseling or other type of intervention. The Mass General Brigham EAP provides links to external websites for your convenience. The EAP is not responsible for the availability, accuracy, or content of outside resources or sites, nor does it endorse them. If you notice any malfunctioning links, please contact the us at: EAP@partners.org. The Mass General Brigham EAP is not a service available to the general public. For more information or to discuss concerns, please contact the Mass General Brigham EAP at 866-724-4327.