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Shortlister hosted CuraLinc’s President, Sean Fogarty, Paula Peacock, SVP of Client Services, and David Pawlowski, SVP of Operations for an overview of how CuraLinc’s approach combines the best features of ‘traditional’ EAP and digital-first providers to deliver transformative mental health care.


As employers consider their options for providing employees with truly effective mental health benefits, it’s crucial to select partners and programs that bridge the gaps between the employee’s problem, the opportunity to deliver care and the ideal personalized solution.

Often times, what’s missing is a coordinated and authentic connection to care that leverages an integrated system of human and digital interactions to holistically improve employee mental health. CuraLinc delivers just that – transformative mental health care fueled by connectivity – marrying technology and personalized advocacy to engage, empower and support employees throughout their care journey.

CuraLinc ( redefined the modern employee assistance program (EAP) by looking at mental health through a more human-centric lens, empowering meaningful care by facilitating personalized access to treatment through a variety of in-person and digital modalities.


CuraLinc’s care journey was purposefully constructed to address a wide array of concerns that impact health, wellbeing, and productivity.

  • Engagement – Moving employees from confusion to clarity by igniting an initial connection
  • Access – Creating an integrated system of entry points powered by choice and preference
  • Advocacy – Reducing barriers to care through personalized navigation and guidance
  • Support – Providing evidence-based treatment through multiple modalities
  • Outcomes – Delivering end-to-end care and a measurable impact on health and productivity


In an effort to quantify the true impact of their EAP, CuraLinc developed a proprietary assessment and follow-up process that measures outcomes from program participants. The summary below is an excerpt from CuraLinc’s 2021 case study, ‘Outcomes and Impact’ (, which analyzed data from thousands of recent cases. This study is refreshed in March each year.

  • 78% of employees reported improved productivity
  • 81% of employees with moderate, moderately-severe or severe depression migrated to minimal or mild depression
  • The average time missed from work due to the employee’s presenting concern dropped from 10.3 to 3.1 hours
  • 89% of participants who consumed alcohol regularly improved by one or more risk levels

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