State Employee Assistance Program (SEAP)
The State Employee Assistance Program (SEAP) is a free assessment and referral service that is designed to assist commonwealth employees and their family members in
resolving a wide variety of personal problems that may lead to deteriorating employee job performance. SEAP offers services related to substance abuse, mental health issues,
family issues, financial issues, legal services, and mediation.
Services for Agencies
SEAP can help agencies to manage issues in the workplace, through:
- Critical incident stress debriefings following traumatic workplace incidents to assist employees in dealing with the resulting emotional stress.
- Employer -based referrals. An agency, with OA approval, can require an employee to access SEAP services or face employment consequences. Those situations include a
Commercial Driver's License (CDL) referral, an Independent Psychological Evaluation (IPE), a licensed Professional Referral (LPR), a Department of
Corrections drug/alcohol referral, a Department of Human Services drug/alcohol referral, Self Disclosure Referral, and a
continued employment (COCE).
Refer to the SEAP manual
for more information on these services and how to make an employer based referral.
Tools & Resources
- 800.692.7459: Employee Referrals
- 800.824.4306: TT Employee Referrals
- 800.662.9206: Management or Union Consultations