Catch A Falling Star Services

The most successful Employee/Members Assistance programs consist of those whose management staff, employee (union) representatives and employees fully understand and promote the utilization of all services provided. Therefore, the need to orientate on each organizational level becomes apparent.

Program Awareness & Promotion

CAFS will actively promote and build awareness through promotional material developed to maintain program visibility. Materials include EAP brochures introducing the program, Supervisor’s Manual guide, posters, business cards, and periodic payroll stuffers. Employee or members concerns and or referrals may include:

  • ONE-ON-ONE COUNSELING
  • INFORMATION, ASSESSMENT AND REFERRAL
  • MENTAL HEALTH ISSUES
  • PHYSICAL FITNESS
  • HEALTH AND NUTRITION
  • FINANCIAL/LEGAL ISSUES
  • MARITAL DISCORD
  • FAMILY RELATED ISSUES
  • ALCOHOL/SUBSTANCE ABUSE
  • DOMESTIC VIOLENCE
  • CRISIS MANAGEMENT
  • STRESS MANAGEMENT WORKSHOP
  • POST TRAUMATIC STRESS SYNDROME
  • EDUCATIONAL AWARENESS SEMINARS
  • SUICIDE INTERVENTION/EDUCATION
  • PEER OFFICER SUPPORT PROGRAM
  • SELF-HELP SUPPORT GROUP
  • SUICIDE PREVENTION
  • SPIRITUAL GUIDANCE
  • CONFIDENTIALITY POLICY

It will be the policy of the CAFS Program, that a firm, absolute guarantee of confidentiality for all participants be maintained. No individual group, organization, department, City or County official or agency shall have access to any information regarding any individual’s participation in the program. Neither the President or EAP staff member will discuss any fact or aspect of an individual’s participation, unless specifically requested to do so in writing by the participant. All information shall be considered privileged and will not be available to any department or any other agency for disciplinary proceedings.