When you need to be out of the workplace for a significant amount of time due to medical, substance abuse, mental health or other personal issues, get confidential assistance from your Employee Assistance (EA) consultant.
Your EA Professional can help you navigate the various areas on campus that will help facilitate your leave, such as: Health Benefits, Employee Relations and/or Accessibility Resources.
Your EA Professional can help with your transition back into the workplace by coordinating a “Return to Work” meeting on your behalf. “Return to Work” meetings provide a safe, confidential and comfortable environment for you and others to talk about your return to the workplace.
Participants in the “Return to Work” meeting are chosen by you and may include your supervisor, HR Benefits, Employee Relations, Accessibility Resources, your treatment provider (if applicable) and the EA Professional. This meeting gives everyone the opportunity to discuss any circumstances that need to be addressed to ensure a smooth transition back into the workplace, such as job expectations, agreements about any necessary accommodations and ways to continue positive communication among all involved.
We all need support sometimes. For confidential consultation or 1-on-1 meetings at no charge to you, referrals to specialists, and/or general information on how to help yourself or others manage personal and/or work-related concerns, please reach out to us.
For Urgent Help
If you or someone you know needs to talk about an emotional health concern with someone right away, please contact:
Emergency Help-UB Police
For Consultations, Referrals, and Information
We all need support sometimes. For confidential consultation or 1:1 meetings at no charge to you, referrals to specialists, or general information on how to help yourself or others manage personal or work-related concerns, please call us at 716-645-4461 or submit a confidential request form: > Employee Assistance Consultation Request