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Employee Assistance Program

H2H has assisted over 21,000 addicts, homeless, veterans, formerly incarcerated individuals, and victims of domestic violence (the At-Risk community).  We have also assisted numerous individuals from the Non-Risk community through our EAP.  We all know addiction, in its many forms, takes a toll on the individuals with the addiction.  What MOST are NOT aware of, is the EMOTIONAL toll addiction takes on the surrounding environment and support unit around the addict.  Our EAP assists the addicts' support environment.


As an employer, for every 10 employees, 2 have issues taking up emotional energy, out sick, constant phone calls, lack of concentration, etc.  Most employees are great people and are valuable to your organization, so you turn a blind eye.


We are offering our services at NO COST to anyone.  Our EAP will have a breakfast or lunch for your team (50 max please).  We DO NOT, and ask you NOT to tell the employees why we are there, just who we are and what we do.  We explain who we are, what we do, why we do what we do, and why we are standing in front of them.  This takes about 45 minutes.  Upon completion, we give out our contact information, explain our work is STRICTLY confidential and INEVITABLY we get emails....


  • my son is getting out of jail, what do I do?

  • my daughter is an addict, what do I do?

  • I am in an abusive relationship, what do I do?


We assist with their issues, typically successfully, and YOU now have an employee who provides 100% of their emotional energy to you.  You do a GOOD deed by providing the troubled employee the tools (H2H) to have a successful life for them and the troubled family member.


NOTHING is free in life, neither is our program.  Although we may NOT ask for money, we DO ask the employers to help us grow our program by hiring one of our qualified participants.  When you hire an employee off the street, 50% are still employed 12 months later.  When you hire an H2H participant, 7 out of 10 are still employed 12 months later.


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