AbstractEngaged workplace peers can serve as partners and a referral source for EAP services, enhancing the ability of an external EAP provider to understand and address the specific issues of any workplace. This presentation provides the information necessary to embed EAP services into client organizations through the use of a properly trained peer-based network. Participants will learn how to recruit, train and maintain the skills of peer coordinators to extend the reach of the EAP within an organization. Participants will learn how to structure a workplace-based peer-driven referral network and identify the key players necessary to establish and maintain an effective, embedded peer-driven EAP.
DescriptionPresented at the EASNA’s 30th Annual Institute, Vancouver, British Columbia May 9-11, 2018,
SponsorsCanadian National Rail
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