Employee Assistance Program




IAM-EAP Membership Outreach – 2020

Understanding the importance of Mental Health

 

What is Mental Health?

Christine Moutier, M.D., Chief Medical Officer at the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention, explains how we can take care of our mental health during times of stress on and off the job. She shares coping mechanisms that may help workers deal with national unrest and COVD-19.

 

Mental Health Check

Juli Murray tells us what goes into training for the IAM’s Employee Assistance Program (EAP) and how it helps members.

 

 

Maintaining Good Mental Health

Kat Olbrich from the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention explains the importance of maintaining good mental health.

 

 

Quality of Life and Work 

Jim Leslie, of IAM’s 24/7 EAP national helpline

 

Substance Abuse and Addiction

Dealing with stress, illness and loss isn’t easy. IAM EAP Asst. Director Vinny Ceraso helps us with coping mechanisms.

Learn about the astounding impact of addiction in America.

Facing Addiction

The Surgeon General’s Report: Key Facts

Over 45 million Americans and their families have been affected by a substance use disorder, and most Americans know someone who has a substance use disorder, or lost or nearly lost a family member as a result of substance misuse. Despite the prevalence, other medical conditions are not surrounded by as much negative public attitudes and misunderstanding as substance use disorders. The first-ever Surgeon General’s Report on Alcohol, Drugs, and Health reviews the latest and most accurate information about substance misuse and how to use that knowledge to address substance misuse and social norms.

Surgeon General’s Report on Alcohol, Drugs, and Health

Public Reactions to Surgeon General’s Report  

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