Employee Assistance Program (EAP)
All state health plans offered to VMI employees and their dependents
have employee assistance programs (EAPs). Included are up to four
sessions at no charge for such services as mental health, alcohol or
drug abuse assessment, child or elder care, grief counseling and legal
or financial services. EAP counselors are available to assist employees
with problems related to:
- Mental health
- Child care
- Elder care
- Spousal/child/parent abuse
- Career planning
In general, care must be authorized in advance. You or your eligible
dependent will speak to an EAP specialist who will assess your problem
and coordinate assistance. Should your problem require mental health or
substance abuse care, you will be referred to a provider, under your
mental health and substance abuse benefit. Your EAP specialist or care
manager will arrange a referral according to your specific needs.
Contact your plan's Member Services department for more information.
For more information on benefits of the EAP, please see the following link: Employee Assistance Program
For a list of Rockbridge Area EAP providers, please contact the Anthem Employee Assistance Program directly.
Anthem Employee Assistance Program
700 Broadway, Sixth Floor
Denver, CO 80273
EAP Providers: (888) 650 - 5748
Anthem EAP Frequently Asked Questions
Fax Number: (888) 438 - 7957
Information on this page provided through the Anthem EAP Program Website.
Our office, Human Resources and Information Technology produced this training to educate VMI employees about current alcohol and drug policies. Ttake a moment to review this training and take the quiz. If you have questions about the training or would like more information on alcohol, tobacco, or substance abuse contact us at 540-464-7667 or stop by the VMI infirmary.
Alcohol, Tobacco, and Other Drug Training