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Employee Assistance Program

The Employee Assistance Program (EAP) is a University of Nevada, Las Vegas sponsored program managed by ComPsych.

Employees can get assistance to address everyday challenges and obtain resources and information needed to support positive change and improve their well-being. Services provided by the Employee Assistance Program are confidential.

Make an Appointment

For more information or to arrange for a private and confidential appointment with a professional EAP counselor, you and your dependents can access the services by contacting ComPsych:

The toll-free number gives you direct, 24/7 access to a consultant who will answer your questions, and, if needed, refer you to a counselor or other resources.

Register and enter Organization Web ID: UNLVEAP

Upcoming EAP Webinars and In-Person Sessions

EAP Eligibility

Services are available to employees and their eligible dependents. Eligible individuals may receive up to three free sessions per incident. The following dependents of University of Nevada, Las Vegas employees are eligible for EAP services:

  • Spouse or domestic partner
  • Minor children (under 18 years of age)
  • Adult children (up to 26 years old) if enrolled as a full-time student
  • Adult children who are permanently disabled
  • Step-children (minors under 18 and adults up to 26)
  • Parents who are dependent on the employee financially and living in the household (65 years of age or older)

For extended counseling or treatment, ComPsych EAP counselors have knowledge of UNLV health insurance packages and related personnel policies. The EAP counselor will make referrals to the appropriate insurance plan provider. The cost for extended treatment will be subject to the terms of your health insurance program.


EAP Services

  • Emotional support for issues such as:
    • Anxiety, depression, stress
    • Greif, loss, and life adjustments
    • Relationship / marital conflict
  • Qualified referrals and resources for:
    • Finding child and elder care
    • Hiring movers or home repair contractors
    • Planning events and locating pet care
  • Legal guidance and resources for:
    • Divorce
    • Adoption
    • Family Law
    • Wills, trust, and more
  • Financial experts who can assist with:
    • Retirement planning, taxes
    • Relocation, mortgages, insurance
    • Budgeting, debt, and bankruptcy
  • Online information tools and support:
    • Podcasts, articles, videos, slideshows
    • On-demand trainings
    • “Ask the Expert” service where employees receive personal answers to questions