About Intermountain EAP

Employee Assistance Program

The Intermountain Employee Assistance Program is an employer benefit designed to support employees with personal or work-related stressors. Companies subscribe to Intermountain’s employee assistance program to provide support resources for their employees and their family members for any number of issues they might be experiencing. Don’t hesitate to take advantage of this service, free to employees, and get the help you need!

September Highlight

Suicide Prevention and Mental Well-being

September is a time to raise awareness concerning suicide prevention. Take a moment to learn about how you can check in on yourself and others. Remember, it is okay to ask for help.

  • Check in with yourself: How am I feeling?
  • Check in with others: How are you feeling today? Would you like to talk?
  • Know risk factors and warning signs
    • De-stigmatize shame around mental health.
    • Attend a suicide prevention walk.
    • Remove lethal means.

Remember, there are resources for you and for those you care about. Do you know where to turn for hope when you need it?

  • Access on-demand Mindfulness recordings
  • Contact the Employee Assistance Program: (801) 442-3509 and (800) 832-7733; urgent call counselors 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year for in-moment support hours
  • Call 9-1-1 if someone is in acute, immediate crisis
  • National Suicide Lifeline: 9-8-8 (confidential and anonymous)

Frequently Asked Questions

What are counseling services?

Free, brief, confidential counseling is available to employees, spouses or domestic partners, and dependent children (ages 6 - 26) by a staff of licensed mental health professionals.