Employee Assistance Program (EAP)
Duquesne University recognizes the importance of our employees and the impact that each individual makes in our pursuit of excellence. The job performance of every individual determines the quality of our institution as a whole.
We also know that job performance may be affected by personal problems that can be successfully resolved when addressed in a timely, confidential and professionally supportive manner.
Duquesne's Employee Assistance Program (EAP) is here to meet those needs. The program is a resource for employees who have a personal problem that interferes with their effectiveness and success on the job. This benefit is available to all full-time employees and their immediate family members.
Our Employee Assistance Program also offers (Personal Health Partners) to lend a hand with the many aspects of family health care. You and your family members have access to a Personal Health Partners specialist who can answer questions regarding specific treatment options, secure appointments with specialists and help answer questions related to insurance matters. Personal Health Partners case managers are experienced in coordinating with health insurance representatives, social workers, claim representatives, pharmaceutical companies, doctor's offices and nurses. The service is free to you and your family members including parents and parents-in-laws. Call 1.800.327.7272 for assistance.
Contact Personal Health Partners at 800-327-7272 or www.lytleeap.com password: DUQUESNE
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Call your EAP for confidential help with:
- Marital or premarital problems
- Alcohol or drug abuse
- Interpersonal issues
- Conflict at work
- Depression or anxiety
- Stress management
- Family relationships
- Grieving a loss
- Financial, legal or consumer concerns
- Child and elder care resources
- Personal Health Partners
You can call EAP services anytime -- 24 hours a day, every day
Visit your EAP Online
Go to the LytleEAP Home Page and enter the password – duquesne (all lower case).