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Employee Assistance Program (EAP)

Through UTA’s Employee Assistance Program, or EAP, employees and covered dependents can access confidential support, resources and information for personal and work-life issues. These services are provided at no cost.

Effective Feb. 1, 2021, UTA utilizes ComPsych’s Guidance Resources for its EAP services. Also beginning Feb. 1, UTA’s former EAP provider, Alliance Work Partners, will accept no new claims. Services on claims made before this date will continue until the four sessions are reached or the issue is resolved.

ComPsych is available to help you with:

Job Issues:
  • Job Performance
  • Career Management
  • Marital Difficulties
  • Time Management
  • Communication Skills
  • Managing Depression and Anxiety
Life Issues:
  • Childcare
  • Elder Care
  • Parenting Support
  • Legal Issues
  • Financial Issues
  • Grief and Bereavement
Wellness Issues:
  • Smoking Cessation
  • Alcohol/Substance Abuse
  • Weight Loss
  • Personal Concerns
  • Plans

Professional help through the EAP is also available for many other issues that may affect your or a covered dependent’s quality of life. ComPsych’s services are available in a number of languages, enhancing the ability to share confidential information completely and comfortably.


All benefits eligible employees and their dependents; benefits eligible student employees and their dependents; and retirees and their dependents living in their household are eligible. (Dependents are usually spouse, children and grandchildren). Employees are also eligible to use EAP services for six months after they have left UTA

Cost of Services

EAP services are part of your University benefits. If additional services are necessary, EAP professionals will make every effort to help you locate services that are convenient, appropriate, and affordable. We can also discuss your options regarding mental health coverage and providers.

To access ComPsych Guidance Resources:

Helpful Articles: 

  1. Employee Assistance Program
    1. Introductory Letter
    2. EAP Quick Reference Guide (English)
    3. EAP Quick Reference Guide (Spanish)
  2. Disaster Help