About AllOne Health
AllOne Health was founded in 1971 by a group of physicians who provided executive physicals. Over time, additional occupational health services were added, so that a full-scope of solutions could be offered to each client. Ten years post-inception, AllOne Health acquired its first EAP. Today, AllOne Health is proud to offer client entities support for both the physical as well as the mental and behavioral health of their employee populations. Through these service lines, we remain committed to our mission to provide an integrated solution that drives health, productivity, and well-being for all organizations. We like to say that we take an employee through the life-cycle of being an employee from a health perspective.
AllOne Health has a proven track-record for comprehensively addressing a company’s physical and mental health-related needs – even in the most heavily regulated industries. Our occupational health perspective, combined with truly unique employee assistance solutions, help you motivate employees to better manage their health and improve their work-related outcomes.
Our expansive team of in-house physicians, nurses, clinicians and master’s level mental health counselors combined with our expansive global network of clinics and affiliates are here to support your business around the world.
AllOne Health is redefining the classic EAP by providing a Total Well-Being Model that offers everyday solutions for organizations and their employees. The AllOne Health EAP combines high-touch service offerings with high-tech delivery capabilities in order to address any problem, at any time.
Our total well-being model actively engages our client organizations and their employees in order to create meaningful connections with their EAP. AllOne Health EAP aims to drive productivity, strengthen teamwork, provide work/life support, and counsel individual and organizational mental and behavioral health; all while exceeding expectations in service delivery.
AllOne Health is committed to making your EAP the go to partner for employees and the organization alike. We are working towards destigmatizing the use of the EAP by offering a wider breadth of services to individuals and the organization. We are going beyond just mental health support by offering everyday solutions for everyday people including life coaching, legal/financial assistance and work/life resources.
As well, we are reducing barriers to access by offering even more ways to for employees to utilize their EAP services via: 24/7/365 telephonic access, video counseling, text support, mobile app and web portal for self-sourced resources. Help is available anywhere, anytime.
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- Mindfulness at Work
- EAP Providers
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