Human Resources

Employee Assistance Program

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Deer Oaks

You can also contact Deer Oaks toll free at: 1-866-327-2400

Clemson University, recognizing the dignity, value, and contributions of all faculty and staff, provides the Employee Assistance Program (EAP) to ensure administrative support for any employee experiencing personal difficulties that may result in personal stress or problems that could impact job performance. The Employee Assistance Program is provided through an outside resource, Deer Oaks EAP. This is a free program available to Clemson University faculty and staff and their dependents/household members and provides a variety of health and wellness, counseling, referral, and consultation services. These programs are all designed to assist you and your family with work/life issues in order to live happier, healthier, more balanced lives. Webinars and other events are scheduled throughout the year on topics to assist with personal and professional growth. These resources are completely confidential and there is no cost for most services. These programs are completely confidential and can be easily accessed by calling the toll-free Helpline.

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Services Available

Short-term Counseling
Deer Oaks provides 5 counseling sessions (face-to-face or telephonic) per individual, per issue, per year at no cost.

Counseling needs include, but are not limited to:

  • Emotional and Psychological Issues
  • Stress/Tension/Grief
  • Depression/Anxiety
  • Anger Management
  • Marital and Family Relationships
  • Interpersonal Relationships
  • Family Issues
  • Child and Adolescent Problems
  • Childcare/Eldercare Issues

Work-Life Services

Legal/Financial Services

Health and Wellness

Other resources

Monthly newsletters 2017

Monthly newsletters 2018

All EAP benefits are as confidential as the law allows. Clemson University does not request information regarding services used by employees.  Clemson University’s EAP provider, Deer Oaks, EAP, does submit statistical reports to the University, but no names or identifying information are ever included in these reports.