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Employee Assistance Programs for Drug & Alcohol Abuse in Pennsylvania

Information about Employee Assistance Programs

EAP or Employee Assistance Programs are for employees of any line of work who need help with personal problems which are affecting their performance. It can be offered in different types of services, such as counseling, training, etc.

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Employee assistance programs provided through employers in Pennsylvania will help employees struggling with all types of issues related to work or outside of work. An employee assistance program will offer counseling and short-term services to help employees through problems such as substance abuse and addiction. Typically, an employee assistance program will allow three to twelve free sessions per person within a calendar year. Each employee assistance program offered by an employer in Pennsylvania will be different from the next. It is important for employees to reach out to their EAP via telephone and speak with an expert about whatever issues they may be having. When searching for drug treatment programs in the state, it will be a good idea to consider both state-funded and private drug treatment options. If the services that are provided through an employee assistance program are not enough, the EAP can refer you to further treatment options in the state.

Here is a list that will help you find the different drug & alcohol treatment services with Employee Assistance Programs in Pennsylvania. The list can be incomplete so please do not hesitate to contact one of our counselors at 1-800-304-2219.

List of Drug & Alcohol Rehabs with Employee Assistance Programs in Pennsylvania

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