The Employee Assistance Program (EAP) provided through Unum is a confidential employee resource program available to all employees of an Ensign Services-affiliated company at no cost, regardless if you are enrolled in other benefit plans. The EAP is designed to help you lead a happier and more productive life at home and at work.

  • Life: Stress and overload, relationships, legal issues, grief and loss
  • Health: Healthy eating and exercise, stress, quitting tobacco, aging well, navigating the health care system
  • Family: Caring for older relatives, planning for a new baby, adoption, finding childcare, teenagers, single parenting, step families, planning and paying for college
  • Work: Time management, career development, getting along with coworkers, networking, retirement planning, education and training, being an effective manager
Employee Assistance Program Features
Confidential help No one can find out any information you provide to your EAP counselor without your explicit consent or even that you used the service—not your manager, your employer, or even a spouse. What to expect when you call the EAP.
Unlimited help over the phone Talk to a licensed professional counselor or Work/Life specialist over the phone to help you define your issues, and put you in touch with expert resources in your community for additional support.
Three free in-person counseling sessions When you call the program you can discuss your concerns with a licensed professional counselor who will connect you with an appropriate professional in your local area. Up to three in-person sessions are provided at no cost to you.
Medical Bill Saver Can help you understand your medical bills and help you save money.
Online resources The EAP website offers a range of resources including educational materials, articles, monthly webinars, videos and more.

If you are in a crisis or someone else may be in danger, the list of resources below can provide you with immediate help:


Suicide & Crisis Lifeline

Crisis Text Line
Text “DESERVE” to 741-741

Lifeline Crisis Chat (online live messaging)

Self-Harm Hotline
1-800-DONT CUT (1-800-366-8288)

Essential Local and Community Services

Planned Parenthood Hotline
1-800-230-PLAN (7526)

American Association of Poison Control Centers

National Council on Alcoholism & Drug Dependency Hope Line

National Crisis Line – Anorexia & Bulimia

LGBT Hotline

TREVOR Crisis Hotline

AIDS Crisis Line

Veterans Crisis Line

TransLifeline, 877-565-8860