Welcome to the New York City Office of Labor Relations Employee Assistance Program (EAP). This site is designed to give city employees and their dependents information regarding EAP services, answers to frequently asked questions, and an array of other relevant information.
The City of New York offers its employees and their dependents a helping hand through a network of Employee Assistance Programs. Generally, an EAP provides education, information, counseling and individualized referrals to assist with a wide range of personal and social problems.
The NYC EAP provides services to the City of New York non-uniform Mayoral agencies, New York City Housing Authority and Teacher's Retirement System. Employees and their family members of these agencies can receive services by calling (212) 306-7660 or e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org. The NYC EAP is located at 40 Rector Street, 8th Floor.
Confidentiality laws and regulations protect the personal information that may be discussed with the EAP. Except in certain extreme situations, information will not be released without your written permission.
Employees who are not covered by the NYC EAP can receive services from either their agency or union EAP. Since not all EAPs offer the same services, we encourage you to call your agency or union EAP for further details.
Employees of the Police and Correction Departments may use their agency's EAP or the NYC EAP for alcohol treatment services. If employees wish to receive treatment for substance abuse treatment other than alcohol they must self-refer through their own health plan.