Your employer has made an investment in your family’s mental health through Intermountain EAP. You can rely on our team of professionals to support you in times of difficulty and help you find long term care when needed. Our EAP team of experts is ready to discuss your challenges over the phone, virtually or in person.
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Confidential, No-Cost Counseling

Short-term (confidential counseling is free to employees, spouses or domestic partners, and dependent children ages 6-26. Call now to schedule an appointment. Individuals seek short-term counseling for any number of reasons including:

  • Marital conflict
  • Parenting issues
  • Experiences with depression and/or anxiety 
  • Increased stress levels at home or at work
  • Substance abuse issues
  • Grief and loss
  • General wellness strategies

To determine whether long-term counseling is appropriate. Call 800-832-7733 to schedule your appointment today or complete the form below and an EAP team member will reach out as soon as possible.

Look for the following resources on our Resources page.

  • What to Expect From Counseling 
  • Getting the Most from Counseling
  • Getting the Most From Couples Counseling

“My counselor was very empathetic and knew exactly what I was going through. He gave me great advice and has helped me and my family’s life!” – EAP Client

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Financial Assist

If you have questions about a financial issue, speaking with an expert can help. The Intermountain Employee Assistance Program provides you with access to professionals who provide free consultations on everything from credit and debt, to purchasing a home, or saving for retirement.

Why use Intermountain EAP Financial Assist?

  • Bankruptcy counseling
  • Budgeting (to cope with reduction in household earnings; to reduce debt; to save; household budgeting)
  • Buying a home for the first time
  • College fund planning
  • Credit card debt (lowering rates; consolidating debt)
  • Foreclosure prevention
  • Identity theft prevention 
  • Major life event planning 
  • Retirement planning

How It Works

  1. Call our intake hotline between 6:00 am and 3:00 pm MST at 1-800-832-7733 and tell the agent you’d like to access Financial Assist.
  2. Our agent will connect you with a financial assistance consultant who may be able to help resolve the issue or provide the needed resources. If not…
  3. The financial consultant will schedule an appointment with a qualified financial counselor. You may receive information to review or worksheets to complete before your session.
  4. On the day of the appointment the counselor will call the employee to begin the session.
  5. Following the appointment, the counselor will follow up with a summary, goals and/or any other applicable information.
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Legal Assist

If your life, or the life of a family member has been impacted by a legal issue, you may need the expert counsel of an attorney. The Intermountain Employee Assistance Program can help connect you with a participating attorney for a free consultation either on the phone or in person.

Typical Legal Inquiries

  • Adoption
  • Bankruptcy 
  • Criminal issues
  • Debtor/creditor issues 
  • Divorce/custody
  • Estate planning/wills/trusts
  • Landlord/tenant disagreements
  • Personal injuries 
  • Probate
  • Real estate

Intermountain EAP Legal Assist offers access to participating attorneys who can provide telephonic or in-person consultations to address employees’ legal needs.

Advice: Many employees requiring legal assistance do not want or need to retain a lawyer. Their concerns can be resolved through a free telephonic consultation. In these situations, we can connect employees to a participating attorney for a consultation.

Local Attorney: For those who have a need for in-person legal consultation, we connect the employee to a conveniently located lawyer with the appropriate expertise. These local lawyers provide a free half-hour consultation, and, in most instances, agree to discount their hourly fees by 25% if additional assistance is required.

How It Works

  1. Call our intake hotline between 6:00 am and 3:00 pm MST at 1-800-832-7733 and tell the agent you’d like to access Legal Assist.
  2. Our agent will connect you with a legal consultant who may be able to help resolve the issue or provide the needed resources. If not…
  3. The financial consultant will schedule an appointment with a qualified financial counselor. You will receive a ‘Next Steps’ email with information about the confirmed time and how to connect for your appointment.
*We are not a law firm or lawyer referral service and do not provide legal advice, but we can connect you with a participating lawyer in your area who can assist you
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Virtual Training

Intermountain employee assistance provides easy access to relevant and engaging topics including:

  • Becoming Your Most Resilient Self
  • Compassion Fatigue: The Journey from Fatigue to Wellness
  • Developing Emotional Intelligence
  • Effective Communication 
  • Managing Conflict Effectively
  • Managing Life’s Stress
  • Managing Workplace Trauma
  • Mindfulness in the Workplace
  • Navigating Change and Transition
  • Practicing Personal Accountability

These engaging events take place 2-3 times per week and are available to employees and leaders of Intermountain Employee Assistance Program clients.

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Crisis Services

Crisis Services are available for employees and family members by phone 24/7. When difficult and urgent family situations occur and you’re not sure what to do, call our team and find counsel and advice at any time.

24/7 Crisis services are available by calling 800-832-7733.

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Protecting Your Confidentiality

Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act

Intermountain Healthcare's Employee Assistance Program follows federal (HIPAA) and state laws that require strict confidentiality of all client records. Records are released only when there is a written client request, by court order or by a licensing agency (i.e. DOPL). The law mandates that in cases of child abuse, elder abuse, or when a person may be a threat to his, hers, or someone else's safety, the counselor must notify the proper authorities.

All records are maintained in a secure, electronic case documentation system, separate from all other Intermountain records. The computer database of client information is accessible only to employees of Intermountain Employee Assistance Program. Utilization reports are provided to employers that contain aggregate data for the company. No report contains information that could identify an individual client.

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