Employee Assistance Program helps plan for kids’ summer camp

Thinking about enrolling your child in a summer camp? It’s time to start planning. Whether you are searching for a day camp, overnight camp or a specialty camp such as drama, sports, language, computers, music or survival skills, or a camp for a child with special needs, the Employee Assistance Program is here to help with the necessary legwork.Youth Sport Camps at Colorado State University

After providing your search criteria, ComPsych, the provider used by the Employee Assistance Program, will provide you with three to five listings that match your specific request. Each specific referral includes:

  • Program description
  • Contact information
  • Details on camp tuition

These completely free resources are available to any CSU employee and can help locate elder care options, legal assistance, certified financial planners, counselors and many more experts.

“The EAP is a great resource for employees that can take away some of the stress of finding answers to a whole range of questions. Finding child care and summer activities can be very time consuming. Using the EAP is a great way to save time,” said Lanai Greenhalgh, director of the Employee Assistance Program.

Access the Employee Assistance Program’s resources

The Employee Assistance Program is a no-cost, confidential assistance program to help address the personal issues faced by employees and their dependents. This service, staffed by experienced clinicians, is available by phone 24 hours a day, seven days a week. A guidance consultant will refer employees to a local, licensed psychotherapist or to resources in the community.

To access Employee Assistance Program’s resources, visit www.guidanceresources.com and log in using CSU’s company Web ID, which is CSUEAP. Or, to speak with a trained guidance consultant, call 800-497-9133.