Employee Assistance Plan

Employee Assistance Plan

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Employee Benefits | Employee Assistance Plan (EAP)

Established in 1972, the Village Business Institute's (VBI) Employee Assistance Programs are worksite-based services that help employers and their employees be more productive and satisfied on the job.  VBI's Employee Assistance Programs continue to make it easier for employees to get help when they need it. 

In addition to face-to-face counseling for City of Williston employees and members of their household, VBI's Employee Assistance Program provides a HelpLine, financial counseling, and more. 

The City of Williston EAP offers assistance and support for all of these concerns and more:
·         Depression
·         Relationship difficulties
·         Financial and legal advice
·         Parenting and family problems
·         Child and elder care support
·         Dealing with domestic violence
·         Eating disorders
·         Substance abuse and recovery

From short-term counseling services and referrals to more extended care, the City of Williston EAP offers just what you need.  To find out more, visit The Village or call 1-800-627-8220.   

If you are an employee (or household member) of the City of Williston, please login to the EAP user service center to access service and forms as well as educational health, wellness and work/life news and information. 

If you need assistance logging into the site, please call The Village at (800) 627-8220 (TTY - (888) 510-7433 for the deaf and hard of hearing) or email at vbi@thevillagefamily.org

Keeping In Touch ~ Helpful newsletters with great reminders of the benefit of an Employee Assistance Plan and does include EAP contact information. 

November 2018 Keeping in Touch
October 2018 Keeping in Touch
September 2018 Keeping in Touch
August 2018 Keeping in Touch
July 2018 Keeping in Touch
June 2018 Keeping in Touch
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