What our clients say...
Open Arms EAP training and coaching is an essential asset to an HR Professional’s toolkit. The return on this investment will not only support your HR Dept but will round out the skills of your management team as well as enhance your employee’s personal development creating potential future management. Your staff has conducted various trainings for our organization; her professionalism and ability to deliver content in an engaging manner significantly enhances the value of the material presented.
I’m writing to you today on behalf of our employee assistance program, Open Arms through the Long Island Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence, Inc. Open Arms has been a significant and important piece of our benefits package for many years, providing meaningful help to our members/employees, their families, their union representatives and management. We have found working with Open Arms has given many of our members the opportunity to restore their lives while overcoming struggles with serious issues such as substance abuse, relationship problems, grief, anxiety, depression, work related issues and more. Our employee assistance program (EAP) is a key component in maintaining a healthy and successful workforce. Open Arms has helped numerous members save their jobs by guiding them through screenings and assessments, getting them into treatment when necessary and following their progress through to completion. Open Arms professional staff supports families through difficult times, educates us all in stress management, work-life balance and conflict resolution. Our member/employees and their families that utilize our EAP lose less time at work, tend to be more focused on the job and report greater satisfaction overall. Their work is vital in sustaining our thriving community. I recommend Open Arms Employee Assistance Program as an important facet of every benefits package.
Turns out my son developed a pretty serious problem with prescription drugs. It turned our family upside down and after spending several hours calling hotlines and searching online for a rehab, I saw the EAP poster in our break room. The counselor could not have been nicer and I was able to bring my son in that night! My son isn't out of the woods yet, but things are better and we are finally sleeping again.
My employer has had an EAP for ten years and I never thought to use it until my Mom moved back home and I really needed some guidance and support. Thanks for helping me through a tough time and pointing me in the right direction!