EASNA News


EASNA Announces 2014 Corporate Award Winners

Arlington, VA, March 24, 2014—The Employee Assistance Society of North America (EASNA) announces its 10th Annual Corporate Award winners.

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2014 Institute: Registration is OPEN!

The EASNA Institute, April 23-25 in Ottawa, offers the most engaging presentations and discussions about behavioral healthcare you can attend in 2014.

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Professional Practice Commitee Recommends a Document Added to the Members Only Area: A Manager’s Guide to Suicide Postvention in the Workplace

The EASNA Professional Practice Committee recommends a document now available on the Members Only website: A Manager’s Guide to Suicide Postvention in the Workplace: 10 Action Steps for Dealing with the Aftermath of Suicide. 

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Obama Administration Issues Final Mental Health and Substance Use Disorder Parity Rule for United States

The US Departments of Health and Human Services, Labor, and the Treasury have jointly issued a final rule increasing parity between mental health/substance use disorder benefits and medical/surgical benefits in group and individual health plans.

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2014 EASNA Institute

The 2014 Institute website is live–and you can now book your hotel room.

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EASNA 2013 Institute

Trends and Innovations: A New Architecture for EAPs
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Responding to Workplace Violence

The EAP profession has seen a growing need to develop solutions for employers with regard to appropriate response to the problem of Workplace Violence–and with good reason. 

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High-Quality Provider Network

A high-quality provider network is a critical component of an Employee Assistance Program (EAP).

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EASNA Announces First Lobby Days in Ottawa, Washington, DC

The Employee Assistance Society of North America will hold its first lobby days this fall in the capitals of Canada and the United States.

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EASNA President Meets with Canadian Parliament Member on the Role and Importance of EAPs in Preventing Suicide

EASNA Advocacy Committee Chair Dan McCarthy proudly reports that EASNA President Francois Legault, also an Advocacy Committee member, have met twice with Harold Albrecht, an elected member of the House of Commons, to inform him and his office on EAPs and the important role they play in preventing, early identification and directing and supporting individuals (employees and their family members) to access the appropriate health and social services as required to address those factors contributing to suicide ideation and acts.

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