Anthem Employee Assistance Program
An employee assistance program (EAP) is a work-based intervention program designed to assist members and dependents in resolving personal problems. Anthem’s EAP provides immediate, confidential access to information, referrals, and crisis assistance for members and their dependents 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Call 800-865-1044 or visit anthemEAP.com and enter Ohio Laborers to log in. Everything you share is confidential. EAP is here to make sure you and your household members have the support you need for emotional well-being.
Life can be full of challenges. Your Anthem Employee Assistance Program (EAP) is here to help you and your household members. EAP offers a wide range of no-cost support services and resources, including:
- Relationship or family problems
- Alcohol or drug use
- Feelings of overwhelming loss or grief
- Depression and anxiety
- Stress management
- Times of crisis
- Understand your financial situations
- Develop a new frame of mind for thinking about money
- Come up with ideas to help get ahead
- Stay on track
- Personal business legal services
- Civil/consumer issues
- Criminal matters
- Estate planning law
- IRS matters
- Personal injury
- Personal/family legal services
- Real estate
- And many others
Elder & Child Care Consultation
- Home health agencies and nursing programs
- Childcare resources
- Special needs care
Other Resources Available
Online Search You can locate child and elder care providers near you by completing the online search questionnaire on our EAP website.
Discount Shopping Members can save up to 25% on name-brand and luxury items simply by logging into our website and going to the Savings Center.
Tobacco-Free Resources Anthem's website offers a variety of tools to help kick the habit, including articles, podcasts, and links to other sources of support.
Webinars Anthem EAP offers a variety of health and wellness webinars on our website, including Creating a Personal Development Plan; Riding the Waves of Change; Raising Well-adjusted Kids; and more.
- Help to report to consumer credit agencies
- Assistance with paperwork and creditor negotiations