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  • EAP offers free consultation services for federal employees

    The Air Force Employee Assistance program is available to help you with your homework, and provide you with information, resources, tools and expert financial consultation. The program is a free service available to federal employees and their family members.
  • Taking care of family with EAP

    WorkLife4You can help support all of your family’s needs. We can research prenatal resources, locate child and senior care options, provide referrals to pet care services, connect you to special needs support, help with senior safety concerns, and much more.
  • Asking for help is hard to do – EAP is there for you!

    We all know asking for help is hard to do, so why do we often struggle with offering help and/or resources to someone we see who is challenged, stressed and overwhelmed with life issues? Valuable resources can be found at www.FOH4You.com and www.Worklife4You.com. Use registration code: USAF.
  • ‘Spring clean’ your finances with EAP

    We often take a closer look at our money this time of year – what’s coming in, what’s going out and where? If you haven’t already, your Employee Assistance Program encourages you to. We all hope to have more money coming into our account than going out, so let EAP show you some things that can help you get there.
  • EAP, Worklife4You services a helpful resource for employees

    The Air Force launched the Federal Occupational Health's Employee Assistance Program, or EAP, and Worklife4You services on Oct. 1, 2017. These services are available to all civilian employees (appropriated and non-appropriated) and their families at no cost to the employee.

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