Employee Assistance Program | Capital University, Columbus Ohio
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Employee Assistance Program

  • Life's not always easy. Sometimes a personal or professional issue can get in the way of maintaining a healthy, productive life.

    Through Capital University’s benefits program, an Employee Assistance Plan (EAP) is available through Mutual of Omaha. Mutual of Omaha’s EAP assists employees and their eligible dependents with personal or job-related concerns, including:

    • Emotional well-being
    • Family and relationships
    • Legal and financial matters
    • Healthy lifestyles
    • Work and life transitions

    EAP BENEFITS

    • Unlimited telephone access to EAP professionals 24 hours a day, seven days a week
    • Telephone assistance and referral
    • Service for employees and eligible dependents
    • Robust network of licensed mental health professionals
    • Three face-to-face sessions* with a counselor (per household per calendar year)
    • * Face-to-face visits can also be used toward legal consultations
      * California Residents: Knox-Keene Statute limits no more than three face-to-face sessions per six-month period per person.
    • Legal assistance and financial services
    • - Online will preparation
      - Legal library & online forms
      - Telephonic financial consultation

    • Resources for:
    • - Financial tools & resources
      - Substance abuse and other addictions
      - Dependent and elder care assistance & referral services

    • Access to a library of educational articles, handouts and resources via mutualofomaha.com/eap

    WHAT TO EXPECT

    You can trust your EAP professional to assess your needs and handle your concerns in a confidential, respectful manner. Our goal is to collaborate with you and find solutions that are responsive to your needs.

    Your EAP benefits are provided through your employer. There is no cost to you for utilizing EAP services. If additional services are needed, your EAP will help locate appropriate resources in your area.

    Access these services online at www.mutualofomaha.com/eap, by phone at 1-800-316-2796, or schedule a face-to-face meeting with a local consultant. For more information, please contact our Human Resources Office at hr@capital.edu or 614-236-7106.