Employee Assistance Program (EAP)
Circle Park contracts with a number of local businesses to serve employees and their families. Services include help in developing alcohol/drug policies and procedures, training for managers and other employees, drug testing if the company requests it, and most importantly, counseling whenever it is needed. Supervisors can refer employees if they exhibit on-the-job behavior or performance problems, or employees and family members can seek help for personal and behavioral challenges privately and confidentially on their own. The EAP is designed to keep good workers productive and to head off personal and family problems before they affect employment.
Specialized Services: Circle Park BHS also offers a variety of other specialized services specific to age, gender, etc. as well as: Gambling Edutherapy, An eight – week structured group, along with assessment, individual and family therapy, and continuing care, constitutes Circle Park’s Gambling Treatment Program. In group, individuals learn about addictive behaviors, the effects of gambling and community support resources and develop early recovery and relapse prevention skills. The group curriculum is intended to help individuals clarify and cope with maladaptive behavior patterns and is not in itself, and intensive treatment modality.
Pretrial intervention services for the 12th Judicial Circuit Solicitor’s Office (OBI): OBI is designed to divert alcohol and drug offenders with potential for rehabilitation from the criminal justice system by offering treatment in lieu of judicial penalties. The program is particularly effective for youthful offenders first offenders, and others whose offenses are clearly related to alcohol and other drugs.