About Wellspring EAP
Wellspring EAP is a social enterprise division of Wellspring Family Services—a Pacific Northwest based nonprofit 501(c) (3) agency whose mission is to build emotionally healthy, self-sufficient families, and a non-violent community in which they can thrive.
For 38 years, Wellspring EAP has been committed to providing meaningful solutions to work and life challenges that help employers and employees focus on what matters most to them – at work, and in their personal lives.
We serve organizations of all sizes— ranging from large, multi-national corporations, to small family businesses—spanning many different industries. Our book of business includes over 1800 companies headquartered in the Pacific Northwest, with locations and operations scattered around the United States and the world.
To ensure quality service to all employees, we have built a strong network of trusted providers and strategic partners nationally and internationally.
Wellspring EAP assigns each organization a dedicated account executive and support team for seamless service. We put great emphasis on the relationships we cultivate with the organizations we serve. By close partnership and collaboration, we are able to able to anticipate needs and deliver highly responsive solutions.
Unlike many other EAPs, our call center is answered by masters-level therapists, which gives employees and their dependents appropriate support when they need it.
As creative problem solvers, we have designed and deployed integrated on-site counseling programs, back-up care programs, web-based stress management tools, organizational development initiatives and specialized team resiliency programs.
Our objective is to ensure that our services result in our clients realizing the full value of the EAP. By understanding and catering to each organization’s unique needs, we are able to customize our services and develop new products and approaches to proactively address challenges.
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Wellspring EAP Offerings
- H&P POINT SOLUTIONS
- Corporate Caregiving Services
- Financial Wellness Programs
- Financial Coaching Tools
- Financial Education
- Financial Coaching
- Mindfulness at Work
- EAP Providers
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