IAM Districts 141 and 142 have well-established workplace-based employee assistance programs (EAPs) in place, designed to assist our members who may be experiencing issues or problems off the job that negatively impact performance and productivity on the job, or negatively affect their personal relationships and quality of life. This free and confidential assistance is available to everyone, regardless of job classification. Capital Air Lodge 1759 has a team of trained IAM EAP peer coordinators in the workplace who volunteer their time to assist members with EAP issues.
IAM EAP peer coordinators do not make clinical evaluations or provide professional counseling. They are, however, trained to perform a basic and general evaluation of the situation and the issues involved, suggest available options to help resolve the situation, offer guidance to professional community resources for further evaluation, and follow up with members afterward.
|Who to Contact
Local 1759 members and their families have access to free and confidential services provided by peer EAP staff members from IAM Local 1759 and Districts 141 and 142.
|District 141 EAP Brochure (pdf download)
The District 141 EAP brochure provides basic answers to frequently asked questions, such as what is EAP? What services does EAP provide? How do I know when I really have a problem? What kinds of problems can EAP help resolve? What is the cost? And is it really confidential?
The brochure also lists District 141 regional EAP staff names and contact information.
Page Last Updated: Jul 17, 2022 (07:27:00)