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We offer a wide range of services to DOJ employees and family members, no matter where you live or work. If an issue or service is not listed but you think we can assist, please call us.

We provide confidential, short-term counseling, information, referral, support groups, and other social services to help you with issues such as (but not limited to):

Emotional Issues
Mental Health
Disabilities
Alcoholism/Substance Use and Abuse
Stress Management
Time Management
Conflicts in the Workplace
Career Counseling
Parenting Issues
Family, Couple, or Marriage Issues
Domestic Abuse
Elder Care, and Related Services
Long-term/chronic illness
Traumatic Experiences
Grief and Loss
Debt Management
Stopping Smoking

Assisting managers and supervisors with employees who have performance, conduct, or attendance problems.

Enhancing teamwork by promoting a healthy and supportive work environment.

Providing educational training to offices on Stress Management, Conflict Resolution, Time Management, EAP Awareness, and more. If there is a topic you would like us to cover specifically for your office, let us know and we can develop a training to meet your needs.

Sponsoring free lunch time seminars in Washington, D.C. The seminars are open to all employees. They cover topics such as coping with stress, improving relationships, brain chemistry, anxiety and depression and more. If you would like to suggest a topic of interest, please contact us.

Updated: March 2014
General Information Human Resources
 
Leadership
Terence L. Cook
Director
Contact
Contact Human Resources
(202) 514-4350
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