Employee Assistance Program

Employee Assistance Program (EAP)

The Employee Assistance Program (EAP) is a network of free services, provided by Humana, to help you and your household members cope with issues experienced in everyday life. Services include short-term confidential counseling, wellness resources and tools to help you be successful in the workplace. 

Username: Columbia       Password: eap

Note: You do not have to be covered by a Columbia medical plan. 

EAP Services

The EAP provides adoption services and resources including:

  • Assistance with domestic and international adoption agencies
  • Support with stepchild adoptions and foster parent programs
  • Resources to help understand international regulations (e.g., details on inter-country adoption and The Hague Convention)
  • Educational resources, such as government websites on international adoption
  • Literature to educate parents on the adoption process (e.g., types of options when adopting a child, private vs. agency adoptions and financial aid resources)



EAP Highlights

  • Confidential 24/7 counseling and referral 
  • Talk with licensed Master's or Ph.D.-level mental health and substance abuse professionals—and referrals to a nationwide network of 20,000 counselors
  • Short-term counseling of up to three sessions per topic (e.g., stress, anxiety, relationship issues)
  • Wellness, nutrition and health living resources
  • Identity theft protection
  • Adult/Elder care research and referral services
  • Life coaches available by phone, email or online chat
  • Everyday needs referrals (e.g., travel arrangements, pet care, movers, restaurant recommendations)
  • Monthly wellness tips, new recipes, motivational videos, exercises and healthy lifestyle encouragement.
  • Free 30-minute consultations with attorneys, CPAs, mediators and financial counselors
  • 25% discount on additional legal and preparation services 
  • Financial wellness guidance and planning

        *Legal services provided by Humana, the University's EAP provider.

  • Do-it-yourself document preparation with state-specific, fillable legal forms, including wills, living wills, power of attorney, etc.