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 Employee Assistance Program

For Binghamton University employees and their families

When personal or work-related problems become difficult to manage, Binghamton University’s Employee Assistance Program (EAP) can help. EAP staff provide confidential, professional, work-site based guidance at no cost to University faculty, staff, graduate student employees, retirees and their families. EAP offers supervisory consultations as well as individualized assessment and referral to appropriate community and professional resources. In addition, special programs and lunchtime workshops are coordinated by EAP throughout the year.

EAP services are voluntary, confidential, neutral and free. They are provided by the University to support and enhance the emotional health of the campus community.

Binghamton University’s EAP is part of the NYSEAP network, a joint labor-management initiative that promotes work-life balance.

Wondering if EAP can help? Please give us a call at 607-777-6655.

EAP Office

Location: Decker Student Health Services Lower Level B-05

Hours: Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m.

Phone: 607-777-6655


Ada Robinson-Perez
associate director

Mary Ellen Niefer

Akemi Grab
Administrative Assistant

New York State EAP
24-hour call line

Last Updated: 12/5/18