Employee Assistance Program (EAP)
Our Employee Assistance Program (EAP) is designed to help school employees deal with personal problems that seriously affect job performance. It provides a systematic way for management, supervisors and employees to deal constructively with problems related to reduced job performance before the employee's job status is jeopardized. Our EAP offers a confidential program that assists employees in dealing with concerns about:
- Child care issues
- Elder care issues
- And more...
- Arcohe Union SD
- El Dorado County Office of Education
- Folsom-Cordova USD
- Galt Joint Union Elementary SD
- Galt Joint Union High SD
- Hayward USD
- Latrobe SD
- Natomas USD
- Natomas Charter SD
- Placerville Union SD
- Rescue Union SD
- River Delta USD
- Robla SD
- Sacramento City USD
- Sacramento County Office of Education
Managed Health Network, Inc. (MHN) is the EAP provider for SIA member districts. If you are an employee of any of the districts previously listed, you may call the EAP for assistance, 24 hours a day, seven days a week. All information is confidential. If you would like to learn more about the program and the benefits your district has chosen, please contact your human resources department.
EAP services are also available online through MHN Online Member Services. You can access assistance with work, life and health challenges at one convenient, private web site. Some of the features include multi-media self-help programs, articles and links for a variety of emotional health, child, teen and family issues.
Provider Search also offers a list of MHN's mental health providers. A one-time registration is required. Your dependents may use it too. These services can be accessed 24 hours a day, 7 days a week on the Internet.
MHN will hold your privacy in the highest regard. They will not share any personally identifying information to your employer, or to anyone outside MHN. So use the site with confidence and comfort when searching for the personal information you need.
For more information about your particular district, contact your benefits department or for information about joining SIA's EAP or any additional information, please email Teresa Franco in Prevention Services, or (916) 364-1281.
We strongly support this valuable program and encourage you and your family members to participate.