Employee Assistance Program
The Employee Assistance Program (EAP), is sponsored by the South Dakota State Employee Benefits Program and Administered by ComPsych® and GuidanceResources®. This service is offered at no cost to benefit-eligible employees and their spouses, dependents and household members.
– GuidanceResources EAP Flyer – EAP Counseling Flyer – myStrength Flyer
3 WAYS TO ACCESS YOUR EAP BENEFITS
1. Call 1.833.955.3403. You’ll speak to a counseling professional who can listen to your concerns and guide you to the appropriate services.
2. Visit guidanceresources.com and enter the WebID southdakota.
3. Download the GuidanceNow® and MyStrength® mobile app and enter the WebID southdakota.
The Well-Being Webinars
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|The Impact of Substance Abuse
on the Family
|December 27, 2023
2:00 p.m. CT
|Loving YOU!: The Art of Self-Acceptance||January 31, 2023
2:00 p.m. CT
|Balancing Work and Life||February 28, 2023
2:00 p.m. CT
- Loneliness and Social Isolation in Today's World
Special Presentation: Mental Health Resources and Support
Languishing, Flourishing, and Your Mental Health
Tools to Handle Stress
Establishing Bedtime Routines That Work
Time Management Tools: To-do Lists, Calendars, Smartphones and More
Goal Setting for Personal and Professional Success
Connecting Mind and Body for Healthy Living
Deskercise: Taking Care of Your Body During the Workday
How Your Emotions Impact Interactions with Older Loved Ones
Eating Healthy on a Budget
Talking about Tough Subjects with Your Parent or Older Loved One
The Sandwich Generation: Balancing Your Personal Life and the Needs of Older Parents or Loved Ones
Elder Care - Caring From a Distance
When Someone You Love has Alzheimer's
Healthy Lifestyles: Changing The Way You Think About Diet and Exercise
Parenting Series Part IV: No Such Thing as a Perfect Parent
Parenting Series Part III – Helping Children Develop Strong Ethics and Values
Parenting Series Part II – The Emotionally Healthy Teen: Dealing with Issues of Substance Abuse, Depression, Suicide, and Eating Disorders
Parenting Series Part I – Building Your Child's Self-Esteem
ComPsych has created a seven-minute on-demand training to help adults have conversations with children about mass shootings at schools in the country. We know this is an incredibly difficult time for many people, and we hope that this will be a helpful resource.
July 2021 Lunch and Learn – The new EAP with ComPsych Guidance Resources
Can I continue using my existing counselor and receive the 5 free counseling sessions per issue, per year?.
Yes. You will need to call into ComPsych to request the referral and confirm that your provider is included in the new EAP network. Let the Guidance Specialist know the reason for the sessions. It is important that the referral is made with ComPsych prior to the initial appointment with the Provider.
If my current counselor would like to apply to be added to the Guidance Resources® Network, what is the process?
Information about how to join the ComPsych Network can be found at the following link; https://www.compsych.com/providers/login/login.xhtml. This includes information about credentialing, as well as a Provider Interest Form that will need to be completed to begin the process of applying to be a part of our network.
Here will you find several winter storm resources available through the state’s EAP provider, ComPsych Guidance Resources.
The Employee Assistance Program (EAP) provides State of South Dakota employees, their dependents, and their household members with support for personal and work-related issues, including: Stress and anxiety, grief, relationship/marital conflicts, legal concerns, depression, financial issues, drug and alcohol abuse, and more…
Services are strictly confidential and available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Whether you need short-term counseling from one of our highly trained clinicians, practical assistance for your most pressing legal and financial issues, or tools and resources to improve your work-life balance, the EAP is here to help.