We Can Help

Some of the most common problems the EAP deals with include:

  • Stress
  • Depression
  • Anxiety
  • Grief
  • Marriage Counseling
  • Family Counseling
  • Career planning
  • Parenting difficulties
  • Drug or alcohol concerns
  • Job loss or job change

What’s New

Active Shooter: What You Can Do

To prepare and respond to active shootings in the workplace, check out ways to prepare and respond during an active shooting incident HERE.  Should you need further support, please call EAP at 667-214-1555 


2019 Tuerk Conference New Solutions: Above and Beyond

Attend the 31st  annual Tuerk Conference and gain up to date information on current issues in the field of mental health and addiction treatment.  Participants will gain valuable information that will affect them and those they serve. *Click image for full program brochure*   Topic areas will include: International drug treatment practices and policies in countries such as Portugal Maryland’s response to Opioid Crisis Medication assisted treatment Medical Cannabis in Maryland; Cannabis in the Workplace Suicide Prevention and Addiction Reducing barriers to treatment Harm Reduction strategies Problem Gambling Addiction and Pregnancy For more information, visit NCADD  Register HERE  


Top 5 Budgeting Mistakes

Join us for a KOFE Webinar and learn to correct common budgeting mistakes.  Tuesday January 29, 2019 12:00 PM—12:30 PM Join us remotely! An email with the webinar link will be sent upon registration. For more information or questions, contact Jenna Adler 

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All EAP services are provided free of charge and are separate from the regular health plans provided by UMB. If the EAP refers someone to an outside provider for services, those services would need to be covered by the employee or the employee’s health plan.
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If you suspect that personal problems may be to blame for poor performance on the job , consider referring the employee to the EAP for an assessment.
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UMB Behavioral Evaluation and Threat Assessment (BETA)

UMB promotes a safe and secure environment for its students, faculty, staff, volunteers, visitors, and affiliate employees, and has a zero tolerance philosophy for threats and acts of aggression or violence.

The UMB Behavioral Evaluation and Threat Assessment (BETA) Guide was created to help members of the UMB community identify and report threatening, aggressive, or violent behavior.

Developed in accordance with the UMB Behavioral Evaluation and Threat Assessment Policy, the guide also provides information on campus resources and contacts.


For more information, see our EAP Brochure (PDF).