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Human Resources and Security Specialists should use this tool to determine the correct investigation level for any covered position within the U.S. Federal Government.
OPM’s Human Resources Solutions organization can help your agency answer this critically important question.
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EAP services can be helpful in providing confidential counseling and coaching with experienced, licensed counselors - including legal and financial consultation.
Federal EAPs at each agency have a team of professionals available to provide, support, referrals, and information for a wide range of emergency services.
Federal employees are advised to contact their agency's EAP office or consult their agency's internet or intranet if they need services. In addition, employees are also strongly encouraged to seek services available in their local community.
Many Federal agency EAPs are serviced by Federal Occupational Health (FOH), a division of HHS. Employees who know their agency uses FOH as a provider may contact their toll free EAP phone number (800) 222-0364 (TTY 888- 262-7848) to find out how to access EAP services. In addition the list below provides contact information for each agency EAP coordinator. Employees may contact their agency EAP coordinator directly to obtain access to their EAP provider.
Some agency employee assistance programs (EAP) include financial consultation services. In addition, employees may want to contact their financial institution, credit union or learn about their options through the Thrift Savings Plan and other resources.
The following contacts are for Federal agencies with employees that are affected by hurricane Sandy.