The office may be closed from noon-1 p.m. for lunch so if you plan to drop in during this time please call ahead.
Most faculty/staff choose to walk or drive to the Wellness Center on the South Campus. However, for those faculty/staff who are too ill to walk or concerned about losing their parking space transportation via an electric club car to the Ellington Center will be available from 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Monday-Thursday and 8:30 am to 3:30 pm on Friday. Faculty/staff can contact the Office of Student Health and Wellness at (336) 278-7200 to schedule a transport. *Please call as soon as you realize you will need a ride to facilitate scheduling.
Employee Assistant Counseling Program (EACP)
What is EACP?
The Employment Assistance Counseling Program, or EACP, is a service of Cone Health provided by Elon University. Services offered by EACP include: assessement of problems; counseling for individuals, couples, or families; counseling for adults, adolescents, or children; or referral to other specilaized services. All services are confidential and professional. Voluntary use of EACP services will not be noted in any employee records or known by your manager.
Why Use EACP?
Problems can erode your effectiveness, mood, and quality of life. EACP helps to minimize or prevent problems from negatively altering relationships, work abilities, and life satisfaction.
EACP can help with:
LOSS AND GRIEF
PARENTING OR SCHOOL PROBLEMS
LOSS OF LIFE DIRECTION
What Are Some of the Program Features?
Session Limit: No arbitrary limit to the number of sessions.
Cost: Elon has paid for the cost of EACP services so there is no cost to you.
Making Appointments: Make an appointment directly to EACP by dialing 336-538-7481.
Emergencies: Occasionally people experience larger than life tragedies. EACP can assist with crisis through unscheduled appointments or through the 24/7/365 Help line. After hours dial the EACP office number and follow the instructions in the message.
Counseling Groups: Many people prefer to address their problems in counseling groups wherer built -in support and understanding already exist. Groups are offered as the need arises. Be sure to ask your counselor or call the EACP office to see what groups are currently being offerred or to suggest one.
EACP Staff: EACP staff members are highly trained compassionate psychotherapists. The group brings a whole range of talents to the service and has more than 100 years of combined experience. Everyone on the staff has either a Master's degree or Doctorate degree and is licensed to practice in the state of North Carolina.
Three Convenient Locations:
Burlington: Grand Oaks building at the ARMC Campus,1240 Huffman Mill Rd.