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Helping us through tough times for 25 years

Photo caption:
EAP advisory committee members gather at the November 6 open house for EAP’s 25th anniversary, including (left to right): Patrick MacFadyen, PEITF; Bethany MacLeod, PEITF; Bonnie Deighan, EAP; Stacey Hutchinson-Maund, EAP; Minister Allen Roach, minister responsible for the PSC; Mona O'Shea, PEINU; Janet MacDonald, EAP; Linda Arsenault, EAP; Tanya Tynski, HPEI; and Glen Doyle, PSC. Not present for the photo were Teresa Ellis, CUPE Health; Carolyn DesRoches, IUOE; Blair Weeks, UPSE; Robert Coughlin, CUPE Education; and Paula Annear, ELSB

Everyone knows sometimes life can get a little overwhelming. Government employees have access to the Employee Assistance Program (EAP) –  a confidential, competent, and accessible service for employees and their immediate family members.

The Employee Assistance Program (EAP) and its advisory committee celebrated 25 yearss of service to the provincial government with an open house on November 6 at its Burns Avenue location.

A program is only as good as its people, and all previous EAP managers, staff and advisory committee members deserve a great deal of credit for bringing it this far.

Thank you to everyone who donated to our door prizes (UPSE, PEITF, PEINU, IUOE, and PSC) and congratulations to the lucky winners: Philip Davis, Tanya Rowell, Anne Nicole, Elaine Hardy, Pam Newcombe, Janet Horne, Leah Eldershaw, Michel Plamondon, Donna Myers, Kim Kempton, Bethany MacLeod, Tanya Tynski, Michelle Harris-Genge, Jenna Clow, Liz Murray, Teresa Ellis, Ed MacAulay and Allan O’Keefe.

To access our services, call 902-368-5738 (toll free 1-800-239-3826), fax to 902-368-5737, or e-mail to Our web site is
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