Employee Assistance Program

The McLeod Employee Assistance Program provides services not only for McLeod employees and their dependent family members, but also for employees and dependent family members of area businesses and industries who contract with McLeod EAP. McLeod EAP is:

An Employee and Family Benefit • Confidential • Professional • No Cost
We all experience problems. For those times when solutions are difficult to achieve, your Employee Assistance Program is only a phone call away:

Pee Dee Area
(843) 317-4949
Toll Free: 1-877-317-4949

Coastal Areas
(843) 655-9438

  • Our Goal is to Enhance Your Life

    The purpose of the McLeod EAP is to enhance the quality of life and performance of individuals, families, and organizations by providing professional consultation and services to assist in problem prevention and resolution. Problems can affect an individual’s family life, job performance, and health. So don’t hesitate. Call your EAP today for an appointment. Confidential, professional guidance is available.

  • Providing Assistance For Many Situations

    Taking care of valuable employees is good business. McLeod Health and other regional businesses and industries provide assistance to employees through the McLeod Employee Assistance Program. The McLeod EAP is available to assist all employees as well as their dependent family members. The EAP can help with a variety of concerns, such as:

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    • Family issues
    • Stress or anxiety
    • Job concerns
    • Alcohol and/or drug abuse
    • Marital/relationship difficulties
    • Parent/child conflict
    • Grief and loss
    • Sadness, loneliness, or depression
    • Eating disorders
    • Emotional distress
    • Gambling compulsion
    • Domestic abuse
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  • Confidentiality Is Paramount

    Contact between you and the EAP is confidential. Information is never released without your consent unless life or safety is seriously threatened, or as required by law.

  • Short-Term Counseling Services

    EAP services begin with an assessment to evaluate your concerns. This assessment most often occurs in an office visit, but phone consultations are also available. The EAP benefit also provides for short-term counseling, which is about five sessions. There is no cost to the employee or to dependent family members for these services.

  • Other Services

    Many issues can be resolved by using the EAP’s short-term counseling benefit. If other services are needed, including longer-term or specialty care, the EAP staff knows the resources in the community and will refer you to the most appropriate professionals. Whenever possible, employees will be referred to a provider within their behavioral health insurance network.