What types of concerns?
- marital and family
- interpersonal relations
- personal and emotional
- stress and burn-out
- work-related, including harassment and sexual assault
- alcohol, drugs and prescription drugs
Any other concerns that affect or could affect personal well-being and/or work performance.
How to contact the Member Assistance Program
This is a voluntary program. Any individual wishing to talk to a professional counsellor or to make an appointment can simply call the Member Assistance Program, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.
Who offers these services?
The Employee Assistance Services of Health Canada, using professional counsellors, provide these services.
With over 20 years of experience, Health Canada continues to assure a professional service of high quality to thousands of public sector employees.
What is the cost of the Member Assistance Program?
The cost of the program is paid for by the Canadian Armed Forces (CAF). If you need specialized or longer term help, your counsellor will refer you to an appropriate professional resource.
Is the Member Assistance Program confidential?
Yes! The success of such a program is based on its confidentiality. Professional counsellors are bound by their code of ethics to guarantee confidentiality.
Is this therapy?
No!! This is a short-term problem-solving service and very often only a few short sessions are required. If long-term help or a more specialized service is needed, a referral to an appropriate professional resource can be made.
For CF Member Assistance Program pamphlets please go through the CF Supply System. The identification number for the pamphlets is A-MD-007-MAP-AF-001
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