In light of recent threats and acts of violence at high schools and college campuses, faculty and staff are reminded that the university offers an Employee Assistance Program (EAP) to support employees’ emotional and mental well being.
Led by Aurora, the EAP provides free work-life services, short-term counseling, referrals and resource identification. Services provided are kept confidential. EAP offers in-person or telephone sessions with counselors. Employees can discuss concerns such as stress, relationship/family concerns, drug or alcohol issues.
EAP is a benefit for all Marquette employees, spouses and dependent children. The EAP encompasses a wide-variety of services including childcare, adoption, and eldercare resources; financial and legal consultation referrals/discounts; “traditional” counseling and triage services for health-related matters; and workplace services for employees and managers.
Learn more by reading the EAP brochure or by visiting the Employee Assistance Program’s website. With questions, contact Lynn Mellantine, assistant vice president for human resources.