Employee Assistance Program
St. Peter's has established an Employee Assistance Program (EAP) to provide assessment and evaluation, brief counseling, crisis intervention and referral services for employees and volunteers who are experiencing personal or behavioral problems. If you are a St. Peter's Health employee and would like more information on the services offered by the Employee Assistance Program please click here.
Employee Assistance Fund
St. Peter’s Health operates an Employee Assistance Fund (EAF) to financially assist St. Peter’s employees, volunteers and their immediate family through short term, emergency situations. The employee’s family is defined as spouse, parents, grandparents, children (biological, adopted, foster, or step), grandchildren (biological, adopted, foster, or step), siblings, mother-in-law, father-in-law, brother or sister-in-law, son or daughter-in-law.
In order to be eligible to receive EAF funds, the employee must have passed their 6 month probationary period.
This fund is generated through employees’ payroll deduction donations and varied fundraising events approved by St. Peter’s Human Resource Department and organized by the EAF Committee. The EAF Committee receives requests and determines an appropriate response. St. Peter's Health Foundation is responsible for the financial management of the EAF. Oversight of the EAF Committee activities, such as fundraising, shall be provided by St. Peter’s Human Resource Department.
If you are an employee of St. Peter's Health and need assistance, request the form from Human Resources or click here.
If you have questions regarding the Employee Assistance Fund please contact the Foundation at 406-444-2370.