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Employee Assistance Program (EAP)

The EAP is a helping resource for employees whose employer contracts with us to provide this benefit.  Employees are eligible for eight (8) free, confidential counseling sessions per contract year (September – August).  These sessions can be utilized by the employee, the employee’s spouse or partner, and/or the employee’s minor children (under 18 or still in high school).

In-person or telehealth counseling is available.  The in-person visits are provided at the Counseling Center @ TTUHSC, which is located in the Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center, 4th Street and Indiana in Lubbock.  Directions are provided when you make an appointment.  

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For employers Interested in an EAP:

We have a long history of providing employee assistance services to TTU, TTUHSC, and numerous other employers in or near Lubbock, TX.  Our comprehensive package of EAP services, reasonably priced per employee, address a full range of emotional and behavioral problems that impair job performance and contribute to rising employer costs.  If you’re thinking about offering this to your employees, we would love to visit with you!  counselingcenter@ttuhsc.edu

Make an Appointment

Call 806.743.1327 or 800.327.0328

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  • You feel you are in immediate danger of harming yourself.
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  • You have recently been assaulted or had a traumatic experience.

Please do one of the following:

  • Call 911 – you will be connected with the police who can help you get emergency services.
  • Call the Starcare Crisis Team (806-740-1414).
  • Go to your local emergency room.

Everyone thinks of changing the world, but no one thinks of changing himself.

-Leo Tolstoy