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Appliance Park EAP

EAP Banner - Help For What Life Brings You

Find Help For

  • Depression, anxiety & stress management
  • Grief/loss
  • Sleep issues
  • Abuse & domestic violence
  • Substance abuse
    • Transitions
    • Divorce
    • Empty nest
    • New parent
  • Communication challenges or conflict management
    • Work
    • Family
    • Marriage
    • Children
  • More than counseling, to get help with:
    • Child care
    • Elder care
    • Legal/mediation

You, any member of your household, and any dependents living away from home may access services.

Connect with your EAP today.

Connect to EAP

EAP is available at no cost to ALL GEA employees regardless of GEA health plan enrollment status.

Phone

855-873-4932

Online

AnthemEAP.com
Code: GEAppliances

Onsite

CareATC Wellness Center,
AP4-100B Medical Building

Schedule online at: careatc.com/patients

or call 502-452-0777.

App

If you have Anthem insurance, download for more information.

Counselor Options

Mental Health Resources

myStength

Think of myStrength as a private, 24/7 health club for your mind. You can try out:

  • Positivity training
  • Daily mood tracker
  • Inspirational videos, articles, and quotes
  • Step-by-step eLearning programs

It’s time you felt your best again! 

Website:  Log into anthemeap.com site via the orange Log In box.
Enter: GEAppliances as the Company Code
Scroll down on the far right. Select 
myStrength and then
Sign Up

Download myStrength App:
iTunes  |  Android

Mental Health America

The nation’s leading community-based nonprofit dedicated to addressing the needs of those living with mental illness and to promoting the overall mental health of all Americans.

mentalhealthamerica.net

NAMI

NAMI, the National Alliance of Mental Illness, is the nation’s largest grassroots mental health organization dedicated to building better lives for the millions of Americans affected by mental illness.

nami.org