Your Well-Being is Our Priority
Welcome to Stony Brook Employee Assistance Program (EAP) serving Stony Brook University,
Stony Brook Medicine, and Long Island State Veterans Home. EAP is a voluntary program designed to offer a highly professional, confidential source of help for people with personal challenges, including work related stress.
History of EAP
The State of New York introduced Employee Assistance Programs as a new service to
its employees in 1984. The Stony Brook University local program was founded in 1985.
EAP at SBU
The Employee Assistance Program at Stony Brook University is a confidential assessment,
referral and consultation service available at no cost to faculty, staff, graduate
student employees, retirees and their dependents. Representatives of labor-management comprise the EAP Advisory Committee that jointly
sponsors our program.
Our mission is to provide a voluntary, confidential and comprehensive worksite based
program for the purpose of enhancing the overall well-being and productivity of faculty,
staff and the organization.
- To improve the health and well-being of faculty and staff.
- To reduce the impact of personal and job related problems on the employee productivity.
- To communicate that Stony Brook University cares about its employees.
- To support Stony Brook University policies for maintaining a safe and respectful workplace.
- To work closely with the EAP Advisory Committee in order to serve our employees, and maintain good relations with labor and management.