Employee Assistance - COVID-19 Announcement

  • PCS partners with McLaughlin and Young to offer employees and families the Employee Assistance Program.  Currently, there are resources about COVID-19 available now through the Work-Life Portal at mygroup.com.  To help support employees further, an online seminar Keep Calm and Carry-on – Maintaining Your Composure Amidst the Pandemic Panic will be available starting Saturday, March 21st.  The seminar will cover:

    • Strategies to tackle feelings of anxiety and stress
    • Practical techniques for working from home
    • Ways to address signs of panic in the workplace
    • Supporting your children
    • When to reach out for further help and support

Employee Assistance

  • *Click here for the May 2020 Employee EAP Newsletter

    *Click here for the April 2020 Employee EAP Newsletter

    *Click here for the March 2020 Employee EAP Newsletter

    *Click here for the February 2020 Employee EAP Newsletter

    *Click here for the January 2020 Employee EAP Newsletter

    *Click here for the December 2019 Employee EAP Newsletter

    *Click here for the November 2019 Employee EAP Newsletter

     

    Person County Schools is proud to offer an Employee Assistance Program 

     To seek assistance through the EAP, simply call 704-529-1428 or 800-633-3353.

    Person County Schools provides a valuable benefit to all employees and their immediate family members known as the Employee Assistance Program (EAP).

     

    We have partnered with McLaughlin Young Group, an independent provider of EAP services.  There is no enrollment required.  If you should have questions, please contact Lori Stacey, staceyl@person.k12.nc.us.  

     

    The EAP offers help for personal and/or professional concerns by providing free, confidential, short-term counseling and personal consultation.  The EAP has a network of counselors that are conveniently located.  They can help you improve or resolve personal difficulties whether big or small, personal or work-related.

     

    Some examples of concerns that the EAP addresses include:

    • Family conflict   
    • Depression and anxiety
    • Relationship issues  
    • Communication breakdowns
    • Grief and loss
    • Alcohol or drug use
    • Stress
    • Work-related issues

     

    Confidentiality is one of the most important features of the EAP.  No one will know that you have used this resource unless you offer that information or unless someone’s safety is threatened.

    EAP services include Up to 3 sessions per family member, per year.  This benefit covers any PCS employee working 30 hours or more.  There is no cost to you for your phone calls or face-to-face visits with the EAP. Person County Schools covers all expenses for this program.  

    To seek assistance through the EAP, simply call 704-529-1428 or 800-633-3353.

     

    Appointments are available during both daytime and evening hours.   

    Please take advantage of this wonderful benefit.  The EAP staff at McLaughlin Young is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week, ready to assist you.  Remember, the EAP is always a good place to begin.