NDSU pays the premium to provide counseling services to employees and their household members through The Village EAP.
The Village EAP
*Use the username VillageEAP to access the resources on this site.
EAP Benefit Summary
The Village EAP is a confidential, independent counseling program that offers professional guidance in a variety of areas, such as:
- Relationship issues - (marriage counseling, family counseling, parent/child counseling, etc.)
- Emotional health issues - (stress, anxiety, depression, grief, etc.)
- Drug and alcohol issues - (assessments, evaluation and prevention education) *this does not include treatment*
- Workplace issues - (sexual harassment, dealing with difficult people, handling conflict, changes, job stress)
- Crisis counseling - talk to a counselor 24/7
- Financial issues - (budget counseling, debt management, retirement planning, financial coaching)
- Legal issues - family issues (divorce, wills, custody) and civil law (housing, harassment, motor vehicle)
- Wellness - education and programs
Services are available 24/7, 365 days a year, with nationwide accessibility.
There is no cost to your household.
The number of sessions available to a covered individual's household is equal to the number of household members (x) 4. As an example, a household with five (5) members would have access to a maximum of 20 sessions (5 members X 4/member = 20 sessions) per 12-month period run on the fiscal year. Any number of those sessions can be used by any member of the household up to the total number. There is a minimum of 8 sessions per household.