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Mercy Employee Assistance Program (EAP)

Mercy's Employee Assistance Program (EAP) acts as a partner, or resource, for you in providing professional, confidential help to employees and their families, through their own initiative or supervisor referral. Meet our experienced counseling staff.

Consider the Facts

  • Depression affects 19 million workers annually
  • 50% of all primary care visits are due to conditions related to mental or emotional problems
  • 40% of industrial fatalities are related to substance abuse
  • 70% of all substance abusers are employed
  • Stress-related problems average $750 per working person each year
EAP employees

An EAP helps you establish an early identification and intervention approach in dealing with performance problems in the workplace. EAP providers work with employees, supervisors and managers to problem-solve, identify symptoms and offer guidance in managing stress – whatever the cause – in total confidentiality. Employees who want to know more about Mercy EAP services can download our brochure here.

See our Frequently Asked Questions or find links to helpful information here.

EAP employers

Incorporating an EAP into your employee resources can also help defray operation costs due to workplace accidents, absences, disability and medical claims, disciplinary action and lost productivity. Hear firsthand how Mercy's EAP has helped area businesses. Employers who want to learn more about the benefits of Mercy’s EAP program can access our program brochure here.

Providing an EAP is a Progressive Step

More than 70% of all Fortune 500 companies have implemented EAPs. This service can improve your employees' work and boost workplace morale, commitment and employee retention. You'll be showing your employees you support them in taking care of themselves.

We invite you to view Mercy EAP For Employers to find out more information on how Mercy EAP can benefit your company. Then, contact us about joining Mercy EAP Services.


You are invited to join the FREE Anxiety and Depression Support Group held on the 2nd Tuesday of the month 12:10 to 12:50 p.m. Call (319) 398-6575 for more information.


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Many people use meditation to help reduce stress and tension, but studies suggest meditation may help ease symptoms of physical and mental conditions. Even just a few minutes a day can help.


Get Help

Are you looking for access to community resources for help?
Call 211.

For mental health crisis management 24 hours/day, seven days/week, call our Access Line at 319-398-6476 or call the Community Crisis Line at Foundation 2 at 319-362-2174 or 800-332-4224.

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Contact Information

1340 Blairs Ferry Rd., Suite A
Hiawatha, IA

Phone Numbers:
(319) 398-6694 or
(800) 383-6694

8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Monday through Friday. Limited evening appointments are available as arranged by a clinician.