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State Employee Assistance Program (SEAP)

What is SEAP and how can it help me?

SEAP is a free assessment and referral service for State System employees and their family members; this includes everyone who lives in your house, as well as your parents, adult children, and siblings regardless of where they live.

 

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Services are available 24/7 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 - your employer will not be notified unless you give written consent. 
 
What's included in your benefit:
  • Unlimited use of the SEAP hotline at no cost to you.
  • Up to four face-to-face sessions for you (and each family member who accesses SEAP) with a SEAP counselor for each issue or problem, and the benefit renews each calendar year.
    (Remember, you must call SEAP first to have all visits pre-approved.)
  • Free telephonic financial or telephonic legal consultation, which you can access by calling the SEAP hotline.
  • SEAP provides discounted legal mediation services.
  • Access information on the Live and Work Well website as often as you want at no charge.

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