KeySolutions Employee Assistance Program has been providing exceptional service for over 30 years to employers, employees, and family members.
Our services are offered at no cost to the employee.
Why Choose KeySolutions EAP
For over 30 years, KeySolutions Employee Assistance Program (EAP) has been delivering life-changing services to individuals in need. At KeySolutions EAP, we have designed our services to assist men and women in overcoming concerns that are impacting their personal lives so that they can thrive in their occupational lives.
Welcome to KeySolutions EAP
Thank you for considering KeySolutions EAP during this time. Our unique services offer employers and employees a safe and confidential avenue for addressing the most sensitive of concerns. When personal problems arise in an individual’s life, it can impact his or her ability to successfully perform to expectation occupationally. At KeySolutions EAP, we strive to streamline the treatment process so that individuals can get the care they need and resume optimal occupational performance as quickly as possible.
The services that we provide are offered at no cost to the employee. These services include the delivery of professional guidance in relation to a wide variety of issues, including mental health, workplace, family, and parenting concerns, emotional health, financial counseling, substance abuse, or gambling addictions.
It is the mission of KeySolutions EAP to assist employees with difficulties that are hindering their abilities to live happy, healthy, and productive lives. We strive to improve the productivity, profitability, and overall wellness of the organizations that we serve by delivering highly effective counseling, consultation, training, crisis intervention, and life skills training services. By helping employees, we also help employers. At KeySolutions EAP, we provide help for today and hope for tomorrow.
“I never thought counseling could help, but I was very surprised and so glad I talked to someone. I feel more empowered now as I move forward with my children and helping them with my divorce.”