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Behavioral Health Programs for Noblesville Employers

Community Health Network has collaborated with the Noblesville Chamber of Commerce to provide employers a unique opportunity for affordable and accessible behavioral health programs. It includes a tier-optioned Employee Assistance Program (EAP), believed to be the first of its kind in the nation. The program focuses on employee well-being, management consultation, crisis intervention and facility safety assessments.

To learn more about these programs, please email or call 317-621-1614.

Crisis Line (24 hours): For immediate assistance, call 317-621-5700.

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What is an Employee Assistance Program?
  • An Employee Assistance Program (EAP) is a confidential, brief-therapy treatment model to address life-stressors for employees.
  • EAPs are proactive programs geared toward intervening with mental-health, employee engagement, and well-being concerns before they hit your claims cost.
  • EAPs are consultative services that help managers deal with the mental health and engagement concerns of the workforce.

Are Employee Assistance Programs effective?

The typical cost analysis produces an ROI of between $3 to $10 dollars in return for every $1 dollar invested in an EAP.

  • 50% of cases had improved absence and/or productivity at work.
  • 64% of cases with work issues as primary problem had improvement after EAP use.
  • 46% of all types of cases had improved work productivity.
Community's Employee Assistance Program

Services available through Community's Employee Assistance Program include:

  • Brief-therapy model provided by state-licensed mental health therapists
  • Up to 8 sessions per year (retail value $800-$1200)
  • Face-to-face counseling
  • Accessible to anyone residing in the employee’s household
  • Local facilities plus national affiliates
  • Management consultation and services (as requested)
  • Critical Incident Stress Management (immediate intervention for staff exposed to traumatic event)
  • Employee education/communication
  • Reporting and program strategy

Program Options

Noblesville Chamber of Commerce members with at least 50 employees or Noblesville Chamber of Commerce Member groups whose employees (in aggregate) add up to at least 50 have the option to purchase benefits from the following three-tiered service options. To provide the most optimally effective services and programming, chamber member participating companies will be grouped in “like” industries to maximize benefit.

Option 1 ($2.92 PE/PM)

Employee Assistance Program elements:

  • Program promotion/branding
  • Direct confidential face-to-face employee counseling
  • Convenient local facilities plus national affiliates
  • Management consultation and services (as requested)
  • Critical Incident Stress Management: A qualified therapist will provide immediate
  • intervention for staff exposed to a catastrophic event.
  • Employee education/communication
    • Newsletters
  • Reporting and program strategy (quarterly)
Option 2 ($4.17 PE/PM)

Includes Option 1 plus healthy lifestyle programs with communication and de-escalation skills (total of 3 programs/year).

Healthy lifestyle programs can include:

  • Manage a healthy diet for families “on the go”
  • Understanding how to manage and care for elderly parents / relatives with physical or mental issues due to the aging process
  • Learn techniques to balance a hectic schedule with a healthy lifestyle, etc.

Training options:

  • Training for leadership and managers to recognize an employee with a potential or existing crisis incident/issue (as requested).
  • Understanding what to do if an employee crisis situation arises.
  • Training programs are facilitated at a common central location to allow all participating group members to attend.
Option 3 ($7.17 PE/PM)

Includes Options 1 and 2 plus environmental safety assessment and training (combined total of 6 sessions/year).

Leadership and employee training for critical events includes:

  • Tactical and aggression/assault de-escalation management.
  • Risk assessments/safety audits for physical assets and liabilities.
    • Assessments conducted “on-site” by highly trained law enforcement professionals.
  • Connects business owners, leaders and managers with first-responder professionals.
  • Training programs are facilitated at a common central location to allow all participating group members to attend.

Welcome to the partnership!

In the videos below, our behavioral health and workplace experts discuss the effects of stress, anxiety and depression on employees and the workplace, and provide helpful tips for how to manage these mental health issues.