Employee Assistance Program (EAP) and Wellness Resources
The Town of Ashland provides a confidential and free of charge Employee Assistance
Plan (EAP) for all of our municipal employees and their immediate family members.
MIIA EAP is designed to help you, your dependents and household members manage all aspects of your life. It offers professional short-term counseling, referrals, and resources.
MIIA EAP can help point you in the right direction with:
Counseling Services - you and your household members receive up to 3 free counseling sessions per counseling matter, in person or by phone.
Legal Consultation - you and your household members receive a free 30 minute office or telephone consultation per legal matter (excluding job related issues) and a 25% discount off an attorney’s customary rate when additional services are requested.
Financial Consultation - you and your household members receive a free 30 minute telephonic consultation from a qualified in-house financial professional.
Additionally, you'll find Life Coaching, Work/Life Resources, Organizational Development & Training, Medical Advocacy, Critical Incident Response, and Student Assistance.
Visit https://allonehealth.com/employee-assistance-program/ to learn more about this beneficial service FREE to Town of Ashland staff and their families. There you can read about how they might be able to help you, and gain access to webinars on important topics: https://allonehealth.com/blog/.
WELLNESS ARTICLES AND RESOURCES
Rehabs are still open. Get the help you need today. Although the COVID-19 pandemic has forced most of the country into lockdown, rehab centers are still open. The virus may be on everyone’s mind, but drug and alcohol abuse continue to cause overdoses and destroy families. If you or your loved one struggles with addiction, it is possible to begin recovery today.
Taking care of mind, body and spirit has become even more crucial than usual in 2021. Multiple stressors born in times of crisis can reveal how important it is to prioritize one’s own well-being. Here is a comprehensive list of resources and tools — culled from colleges and other organizations — for anyone hoping to improve their mental health.