Employee Assistance Program

Wellness and Inspiration for School Employees (WISE)

The Employee Assistance Program (EAP) offers confidential and professional counseling services to all eligible employees and their family members.* Call the number listed below for more information about services, or to set up an appointment with a counselor. This program is available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.

Toll-free: (800) 227-1060

This program is designed to help with a variety of everyday problems that affect us, including:

  • Marital and Family Problems
  • Stress
  • Emotional Distress
  • Chemical Dependency
  • Child and Elder Care
  • Federal Tax Problems
  • Pre-Retirement Planning
  • Financial and Credit Concerns. 

Professional counseling is provided by appropriate specialists, such as licensed marriage, family, and child counselors; licensed social workers and financial counselors. The location of the counseling services is flexible. An appointment can be arranged near your home or place of work at a time that is convenient for you,

Three (3) sessions per individual per incident are allowed. There is no charge for the EAP counseling sessions. Often a few hours with a specialist can help you correct the problems affecting your personal or work situation. If more extensive help is needed, MHN counselors can refer you to appropriate and affordable resources available in your community or your healthcare plan.

MHN Online Member Services Available - Completely Confidential!

Access your EAP services online. With just the click of a mouse, you can get information on many topics including stress management, child and adult care, personal finance, communication and relationships.

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We strongly support this valuable program, and encourage you and your family members to participate.

 

EAP Flyers and Information

 

*An eligible member is a permanent, regular employee or governing member of Fairfield-Suisun Unified, Dixon Unified, NBSIA, Solano Community College, Solano County Office of Education, Travis Unified, Vacaville Unified, Napa County Office of Education, MIT Academy and Vallejo City Unified and includes spouse and dependent children age 18 or less, or age 24 or less if a full-time student, or any age if incapable of self-sustaining support due to a disability.