Instilling hope.
Inspiring change.
Building community. 

  • Serving the community since 1955.

    Penn Foundation provides compassionate, responsive, and innovative care that addresses the mental health, substance use, and intellectual disability needs of the community.    
  • Instilling hope.

    Each year, we partner with more than 10,000 individuals and families to help them realize their fullest mental, emotional, physical, and spiritual health.  
  • Inspiring change.

    Recognizing that every person is unique, we provide quality care and personalized attention to every client.    
  • Building community.

    We work closely with primary care physicians, schools, churches, businesses, and others to ensure that we are providing coordinated care that meets the needs of the whole person - mind, body, and spirit.  
  • You choose the path. Together, we'll share the journey.

    We strongly believe in the resiliency of the human spirit and the ability of every individual to live a meaningful life. We partner with individuals and families to help them realize their recovery and life goals in the community.
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Employee Assistance

Employee Assistance Program

Whether an employee is experiencing marital issues, caring for an elderly parent, raising a teenager, or dealing with other stressors at home, the strain of personal problems can result in decreased productivity. Therefore, as an employer, it is much more beneficial and cost effective to address personal issues rather than ignore them.

Our Services
Trainings
Myers-Briggs Type Indicator
Pre-Hire Assessment
Mandatory Referrals
Management Support Group
Conflict Mediation
Leaderships Skills Coaching
Policy and Procedure Development
Substance Use DOT Assessments
Crisis Support/Critical Incident Stress Management
Coping with Workforce Reductions


Trainings
We offer a diverse array of topics. Our most requested include harassment, drug & alcohol, stress management, change management, and effective communication. We will customize trainings to meet your needs. For a complete topic list, click here.

Myers-Briggs Type Indicator
Utilizing the world’s most widely-used and trusted tool for improving work life, we coach teams, managers, and line staff to improve individual performance, develop leadership, encourage team building, and reduce conflict. This is done through individual and group sessions.

Pre-Hire Assessment
Using the California Psychological Inventory (CPI) 260, a personality assessment that describes and predicts what people will say or do in specific contexts. With over 50 years of use, this is a reliable, powerful leadership, development, and selection tool. The assessment measures 29 distinct psychological areas grouped in categories like dealing with others, self-management, motivations and thinking style, personal characteristics, and disposition at work.

Mandatory Referrals
A workplace-based referral which requires the employee to utilize EAP services after violating a stated company policy

Management Support Group
Up to 15 of your managers/supervisors can participate each month in a one-hour session focusing on a variety of managerial topics at your location. These sessions are facilitated by our EAP counselor/trainer.

Conflict Mediation
Mediation is a process designed to support and guide parties engaged in a work-related conflict. Participants are assisted in clarifying their concern, establishing goals, and implementing clear steps toward agreed upon actions. Follow up meetings are designed to ensure that goals are met and progress is made toward positive change.

Leadership Skills Coaching
Leadership Skills Coaching is a tool to maximize performance, commitment, and leadership abilities among valued employees. This one-on-one process helps companies develop their key people, giving them appropriate business skills to succeed in their positions and benefit the organization overall.

Policy and Procedure Development
Penn Foundation's EAP will provide consultation services as well as samples of policies and procedures that could used to assist in the development of policies regarding the EAP program.

Substance Use DOT Assessments
A Substance Abuse Professional (SAP) will evaluate the employee who tested positive on a pre-employment, post-accident, reasonable suspicion, or random drug or alcohol test. The SAP will follow the DOT procedures of evaluation, recommendations, referral, and follow up as required in DOT Regulation 49 C.F.R., Part 40.

Crisis Support/Critical Incident Stress Management
Trained counselors are available to respond quickly to individual or organizational crises at your company.  Our crisis support services include management consultation, defusings, debriefings, on-site counseling, and follow-up services.  Examples of critical events include natural or man-made disasters, workplace accidents, robberies, sudden deaths, and workforce reductions or other workplace transitions.

Coping with Workforce Reductions
We can assist your company with the difficult task of reducing your workforce.

  • Management support and guidance
  • On-site debriefings and counseling for employees who have been let go, as well as for those who remain
  • Individual counseling and debriefing in our office
  • Training employees on managing change
  • Outplacement Services
    • Career Exploration
    • Resume Writing
    • Interview Coaching
    • Job Search Strategies

Our EAP provides a confidential place to talk about the issues that are affecting you, your family, or your job. We can help you manage the many stressors and demands that you experience in both your work life and your personal life. With a spectrum of easily accessible services customizable to your specific needs, we strive to restore and strengthen your health and productivity in the workplace.

Confidentiality Notice
Whatever the nature of your issue, federal law mandates that information shared during your EAP session remain confidential. Your counselor may NOT tell anyone about what you talk about unless you give written permission. Our intake process is brief, and we do not share any personal information with your employer nor do we share who has used the benefit.


Counseling: Individuals, Couples, and Families
EAP offers confidential, professional counseling for a variety of problems. Sessions are scheduled at the convenience of the employee and can be scheduled for either work or personal issues. No authorizations are needed to use this service.

Alcohol/Drug Use   Depression   Marital/Relationship   Stress-Related Problems
Career   Family   Parenting   Work-Related Problems
Children/Adolescents             Grief/Loss              Pre-Marital                          


24/7 Crisis Telephone Service

Master’s Level counselors and trained crisis professionals are available to provide immediate support for emergencies

Discounted Legal Benefits
Reduced flat fees for designated “positive legal” services such as will development, powers of attorney, and living wills as well as divorce and elder mediation

For 30 years, Penn Foundation’s Employee Assistance Program (EAP) has offered a full-range of counseling, consultation, and training services to help employees and employers maximize their productivity by providing the supports and skills needed to better manage behavioral health issues that interfere with workplace performance.

Additionally, through coaching, training, policy and procedure development, and management consultation, EAP has given leaders and managers the skills they need to deal with troubled employees.

For more information, click a link below or call the EAP office at 215.257.6556. 


For Employees                    For Employers                    
Training                        Sub-Contractors

EAP Training Catalog
This catalog provides a descriptive list of trainings that Penn Foundation's Employee Assistance Program can provide to your company.

EAP Orientation
This presentation provides an overview of Penn Foundation's Employee Assistance Program.

New Providers

Penn Foundation’s EAP relies on sub-contractors throughout Pennsylvania (and many other states) to help provide counseling services to our members.  If you are interested in participating in our provider network, please complete an  Individual Provider Application.  We will inform you if your application has been approved.  If it is approved, you will be sent a provider contract.  Once this is signed, we can begin to send you referrals.  Please contact us with any questions/concerns.

Current Providers

Please feel free to download and print Client Paperwork from this website.  When the paperwork is completed, you may mail, fax, or e-mail it to us.  Contact Janet Schmitz or Janice Dupper at 215.257.6556 with any questions/concerns.

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