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Employees and departments participating in the Employee Assistance Program may be concerned about the matter of confidentiality. We at the Employee Assistance Program are committed to confidentiality, however it is important that you realize that even professional confidentiality has its limits.

Most communications are protected by federal and state laws which assure that whatever information is given, orally or in writing, to any member of the EAP staff will not be revealed. However, in some cases, the State requires of all individuals the obligation to report certain facts which come to their attention. By law, the EAP staff must notify appropriate agencies of:

  • any form of neglect or abuse to children or the elderly.
  • posing a threat of harm to self or others

We are committed to the principle that any information or material we receive, other than that required by law to be reported to authorities will not be communicated to anyone without your permission.

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