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About the EAP

The purpose of the Employee Assistance Program (EAP), available free of charge to all University of Florida employees, is to promote, maintain and support a positive and productive workplace.

To schedule an appointment with the EAP, please call (352) 392-5787 or email

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The Employee Assistance Program (EAP) provides a wide range of services, including individual employee evaluation and referral, consultation services for supervisors, workshops, training sessions and support groups.

The EAP is is housed in Room 245 of the Student Health Care Center (Infirmary Building). The EAP check-in and waiting area is completely separate from the student check-in and waiting area, thus providing employees a private setting. Any contact you have with the EAP will remain confidential.

Up to six visits for individual consultation are available. These confidential sessions are provided by licensed mental health professionals employed by the University of Florida. If additional counseling is necessary, EAP professionals will refer employees to community providers and agencies that accept University health insurance plans or charge fees based on income level.

Would you like to spread the word about the services available through the EAP? Download and print a copy of our brochure!


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