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The EAP is a cooperative effort between employees and employers, which offers employees and their families an opportunity to seek and receive assistance in resolving personal problems.

Many of these problems include family, financial, legal, emotional, alcohol/drug abuse, and health problems, which adversely affect safe and efficient performance on the job. The EAP has been developed to help employees deal with serious personal problems before they result in deterioration of health, family life, or job performance.

The EAP promotes early resolution of personal problems and encourages employees to seek assistance themselves before job performance is adversely affected. Employees can do this by discussing their problems on a completely confidential basis with their EAP.

What does it cost? No Charge - Using the EAP is an employee benefit. The cost of additional treatment services is discussed with employees through the use of the behavioral health benefit covered in all insurance plans. The EAP will assess, offer an appropriate referral, and follow-up as necessary.


Department of Corrections
Patricia Ormerod
Phone: (405) 425-2853
24/7 Helpline (405) 947-2688

Department of Human Services
Corporate Assistance Program
24/7 Helpline: (405) 947-2688
Toll Free: 1-800-677-2729

Oklahoma Department of Health
Human Resources/Workforce Benefits Office
Phone: (405) 271-4171
24/7 Helpline: (405) 947-2688

Department of Transportation
Nancy Graham
Phone: (405) 522-3709
All collect calls accepted

Office of Management and Enterprise Services
Phone: (405) 947-7576

Oklahoma Turnpike Authority
Terri Berry
Phone: (405) 425-3625

This agency has a website with many resources available for all Oklahomans that need help learning about mental health issues, substance abuse and other addictions. There are also contact numbers for those experiencing a crisis in their life.

Last Modified on Sep 29, 2021
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