The Army’s Employee Assistance Program (EAP) is a voluntary, confidential program that helps employees (including management) work through various life challenges which may adversely affect job performance, health, and personal well-being and to optimize an organization's success. The Army’s EAP includes a wide variety of services to promote productivity, reduce absenteeism, enhance job performance and/or well-being, and support worksite safety, in order to ensure the Army’s mission is accomplished in an efficient manner. The Employee Assistance Program may also assist with: financial, legal, family, marital, interpersonal relationships, anger management, stress management and other issues.

The purpose of the Employee Assistance Program is to:

  • Increase employee morale 

  • Educate, evaluate, and help plan solutions for a wide variety of personal issues for employees and their family members before they become overwhelming.

  • Assist supervisors to better manage the workplace and troubled employees. 

  • Extend a caring hand while building a more productive workforce.

  • Provide employees with a valuable resource for helping them to cope with issues both on and off the job, including alcohol and drug abuse, overall mental well-being, marital/relationship issues, stress, dependent care, and much more.

  • Train civilian employees and their supervisors