Gripped by humiliation, fear of an abusive partner, and concerns over child custody, job and financial security, many victims keep quiet at work about their experience of intimate partner violence (IPV).
We're happy to release the next episode of the CSEAP Podcast. We sit down with Rosina McNeil-Cusick, Statewide Equity Director to talk about how she handles mental health, well being, and the power of naming things out loud.
CSEAP is in need of control group participants for a study of the impact of clinical EAP services on absenteeism and presenteeism in the workplace. In particular, we need your participation if you anticipate NOT using our services in the coming months or year. We currently have the participation of 700 state workforce members but we need an additional 300 participants.
What is the Red Folder?
We created the Red Folder as a resource for supervisors and employees to best determine who to contact when faced with an individual or colleague who is distressed, disruptive or in a crisis.
The PDF file contains an easy-to-follow flow chart, links to vital resources, and quick tips. We encourage you to click on the image below to download The Red Folder PDF File now. Save the downloaded file to your desktop for easy access.
"National Minority Mental Health Awareness Month is observed each July to bring awareness to the unique struggles that racial and ethnic minority communities face regarding mental illness in the United States.
Register ASAP for in-person pop-up clinics:
CSEAP will host pop-up clinics during the summer months to increase access to in-person counseling services for our state employees living and working in rural or underserved areas of the state.
In-person counseling opportunities are planned for the following locations:
CSEAP will host pop-up clinics during the summer months in order to increase access to in-person counseling services for our state employees living and working in rural or underserved areas of the state. In-person counseling opportunities are planned for the following locations:
One of the most challenging hurdles when it comes to mental health is the stigma attached to it. We want everyone to know that it is completely okay to feel the spectrum of human emotions on a daily basis, from the highs to the lows. One way to battle the stigma surrounding mental health is to normalize talking about it.
CSEAP's Natalie Neumann sits down with Lt. Gov. Primavera to discuss her thoughts on emotional wellbeing and mental health. Give the episode a listen below!
The Colorado State Employee Assistance Program (CSEAP) will host a pop-up clinic in Pueblo, Colorado! A mental health counselor will provide in-person counseling to interested employees on April 11, 2023 and April 12, 2023. Additional in-person pop-ups will be available in Pueblo on a quarterly basis. Based upon interest from employees, CSEAP will consider providing a permanent quarterly opportunity for employees to meet in-person with a CSEAP counselor in Pueblo.