Employee Assistance Programs (EAP)

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EAP’s are free and confidential referral and consultation services offered through your employer’s human resources department.

Any questions that you may have about resources for child care, elder care, legal, financial, mental health and other relevant topics can be answered or researched through these services. Each EAP also has a website that provides you with information about wellness. Take a look or give your EAP a call for further questions.

See below to find the EAP provider for your organization. If you are employed or have appointments at more than one organization, your EAP benefits are provided through your primary employer, i.e. the institution that provides you with your health benefits and compensation.

Serves Harvard University

Kathleen Greer Associates
161 Worcester Road Suite 409
Framingham, MA 01701
harvardeap.kgreer.com
1-877-327-4278

Serves Children’s Hospital Boston

Kathleen Greer Associates
161 Worcester Road Suite 409
Framingham, MA 01701
www.kgreer.com
1-800-648-9557

Serves Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center

AllOne Health
190 North Main Street
Natick, MA 01760
www.allonehealth.com
1-800-350-4511

Serves Massachusetts General Hospital, Brigham and Woman’s Hospital, Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary, Partners Continuing Care, Community Healthcare, Newton-Wellesley Hospital, North Shore Medical Center, Faulkner Hospital, McLean Hospital

Partners Healthcare
175 Cambridge Street, Suite 320
Boston, MA 02114
www.eap.partners.org
1-866-724-4327

    Benefits Open Enrollment for 2015

     

    Harvard’s annual benefits Open Enrollment for 2015 will take place in PeopleSoft starting at 8 a.m. on November 5, 2014 through 8 p.m. on November 19, 2014. Benefit elections you make during Open Enrollment will be effective January 1, 2015.

     

    For Faculty, post docs, administrative and professional staff and other non-union staff members Harvard has announced several health plan changes. You can read more about the 2015 Benefits changes here.

     

    To get much more out of the upcoming information sessions and the “big” Open Enrollment Guide, watch this informative video and take the self-assessment to hone in on the benefits options that might be right for you.  It only takes 8-10 minutes and is available here.

     

    Educational sessions will be held on the Harvard Longwood Campus and at the Primate Center, as well as WebEx sessions to cover the 2015 non-union benefit plan changes only.

     

    For Union Members Open Enrollment highlights can be found here.