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Articles from The Journal of Employee Assistance (July 1, 2010)

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Delivering brief alcohol-related interventions in telephonic EAPs: a pilot program showed that EAP call centers using tested protocols can better identify unhealthy drinking behaviors and deliver interventions tailored to risk levels. Greenwood, Gregory L.; Goplerud, Eric; McPherson, Tracy L.; Azocar, Francisca; Baker, Eugene M.; Dyb 1965
Few treatment facilities have programs catering to gays, lesbians. Brief article 260
Framing a new vision. Lund, Maria 597
Guide helps employers address child and adolescent behavioral health issues. Brief article 264
Helping adoptees reconnect with their birth parents: as more adopted children desire to learn about their biological parents, EAPs will need to learn how to minimize the impact on the workplace. Petersen, Teresa J. 1506
Leave rights extended to nontraditional families. Brief article 291
Mismatch exists between serious work-life issues and 2010 company plans. Brief article 286
More older Americans being admitted for substance abuse treatment. Brief article 316
More U.S. multinational firms to develop global health strategies. 346
Poor health most common cause of early retirement. Brief article 230
Research brief provides tips for purchasing EAPS. 118
Survey describes road ahead for health care. Brief article 203
Taking the pareto path to ROI: some studies have shown that EAPs have a positive financial impact that offsets their cost, but few of these studies have been published in peer-reviewed journals. Attridge, Mark 2742
The iGeneration: coming soon to an EAP near you. London, Marina 686
The new EAP: a health plan advisor: the enactment of health care reform in the United States provides EAPs with the opportunity to play a new role: helping workers select health plans that suit their needs. Meyer, Zachary 1583
Using mutual-help groups to address alcohol problems: research is beginning to show that attendance at Alcoholics Anonymous meetings increases the odds of recovery and improves mood and well-being. Kelly, John F.; Yeterian, Julie D. 2765
Web portal explains health care reform provisions. Brief article 180

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