State Employee Assistance Program
The State System participates in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania's employee assistance program. United Behavioral Health has been chosen as the administrator for this program. State System employees and their family members are eligible to receive up to three free confidential counseling sessions to evaluate concerns and determine the best referral. Help is available for, but not limited to, many of the following issues:
Services are available 24 hours a day, 7 days per week by calling 1-800-692-7459. Each university has a designated SEAP coordinator in the Human Resources Office who also can answer questions about the program. The services provided by SEAP are strictly confidential—the System will not be notified unless you give written consent.
- Job Burnout
- Work-Related Problems
- Eating Disorders
- Financial or Legal Concerns
- Death and Dying
- Parent-Child Conflict
- Relationship Problems
Additional SEAP Information
Governor's Office of Administration
Live and Work Well
Access Code: "Pennsylvania"
SEAP HIPAA Notice
The Affordable Care Act requires that group health plans provide a Summary of Benefits and Coverage (SBC) to employees. Because SEAP is considered to be a group health plan, SEAP is required to provide a SBC.
The federal government has defined very strictly what information must be included in an SBC and how it must be formatted. That’s why you’ll notice that most of the categories of information do not apply to SEAP, and that many of the listed services are identified as “not covered.”
You can view the SBC by clicking here. You can also receive a paper copy at no charge by contacting SEAP at 800.692.7459.