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Employee Assistance Program
The Employee Assistance Program is committed to preserving and improving the health and wellness of ISU employees.
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Services are provided
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The Employee Assistance Program (EAP) offers counseling services through the
ISU Psychology Clinic. This service is for Indiana State University
employees and their dependents.
The Psychology Clinic is a nonprofit training facility for doctoral students
in clinical psychology to receive supervised training from licensed faculty
and staff. The offer two services through our on campus clinic:
The clinic is trained to provide individuals, couples, and group
psychotherapy, as well as therapy
designed specifically for children and their parents.
Evaluations: In addition to the routine evaluations, they offer
more extensive psychological evaluations of adults, adolescents,
and children. The clinicians also offer a specialty assessment
of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) in
The first 6 visits from the Psychology Clinic are free visits. Subsequent
visits will be charged a fee that is determined by their ability to pay, as
calculated by income and number of dependents.
If you or your dependents prefer to use an off campus provider, EAP will pay
up to the first 3 visits. Participants can request a referral from the
Psychology Clinic to a provider covered by the ISU Health Benefits Plan.
The Psychology Clinic does not provide emergency or on-call services.
Employees and their dependents who need emergency services should contact
one of the follow agencies or seek the nearest emergency room:
Hamilton Center- 24 hour crisis hotline: 800-742-0787
Regional Hospital Behavioral Health: 237-1475
National Suicide Hotline: 800-273-8255
Drug Free Work Place
Drug abuse in the workplace is contrary to Indiana State University's goals and objectives.
The following documents will provide up-to-date information in regards to
our drub free policy here on campus.
2014 Drug Free Policy
Drug Free Policy
The Following are Links to Health & Wellness Websites
If you have any questions, please contact Alex Barrett at 812-237-4117 or email at Alexander.Barrett@indstate.edu