UCI Employee Assistance Program (EAP)
UCI EAP Overview Video Available with Spanish Subtitles, log in required, web ID: UCIEAP3
Guidance Resources Employee Assistance Program
The Employee Assistance Program
(EAP) is a free, confidential benefit that can help address personal or work-related issues faced by UCI faculty, staff, retirees and dependents at both the UCI Campus and UC Irvine Health. This service, staffed by experienced clinicians, is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week. A Guidance Resource Professional will help with problem identification, assessment and referral to treatment providers and community resources.
As of July 1, 2015, this program is administered by ComPsych Guidance Resources. Guidance Resources can assist with concerns such as:
||Financial, legal or consumer concerns
||Referrals to community resources
|Conflict at work
||Alcohol or drug abuse
|Depression or anxiety
Contact Guidance Resources EAP
Guidance Resources is available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year for both crisis and non-crisis circumstances.
Contact an EAP counselor for assistance: By Phone
Call Guidance Resources at 844-824-3273
You will speak to a master’s or doctoral level EAP professional, who will guide you to the appropriate services you require. Online Access Guidance Resources Online at www.guidanceresources.com
First time users, Click "Register" and use organization web ID: UCIEAP3
The Coordinator of Faculty & Staff Mental Health Care and Respondent Services at UCI provides onsite consultative services & support to resolve behavioral health issues, serves as a primary crisis intervention resource to facilitate and coordinate appropriate resources, provides time-limited case management for individual employees, and develops and implements instructional training & materials to assist in the promotion of mental well-being for all UCI and UC Irvine Health faculty & staff. Support is offered for a wide range of issues, including:
UCI Coordinator of Faculty & Staff Mental Health Care and Respondent Services:
||grief and loss
||alcohol, drug and other addictions
||consultations and training services for faculty and staff management
|depression, anxiety, and other emotional problems
Negar Shekarabi, Psy.D.
949.824.5208 | email@example.com
By appointment only. Please call or email first.
If it is a life threatening emergency/crisis please contact police by dialing 9-1-1.
For afterhours non-emergencies please contact Guidance Resources EAP directly at 844-824-3273. Faculty & Staff Mental Health Care Respondent Services