Employee Assistance Program Helps Empower Individuals to Lead Happier, Healthier Lives

EAP staff
EAP staff, left to right, Senior Counselors Charmaine Weatherly and Joseph Farone and Human Resource Assistant Mildred Acevedo.
The County’s Employee Assistance Program (EAP) is now offering a helpful newsletter for employees. The “News You Can Use” newsletter, utilized by Employee Assistance Programs around the country, focuses on topics to help people live healthier, happier and more effectively, and can serve as a motivational resource to empower individuals to seek EAP services.

Charmaine Weatherly, senior EAP counselor, emphasizes that the newsletter offers information on a variety of issues employees and their families can relate to, including family challenges such as financial problems, grief and loss, work conflicts, depression, anxiety, stress or substance abuse. More...


Hurricane Season is Here

Hurricane season runs from June 1 through November 30 and experts say we are looking at a very busy year. Now is the time to review your family plan, and check your supplies. More...

New “Look Before You Lock” Billboards Unveiled to Save Lives

New billboards soon to be located throughout Broward County send a message to “Look Before You Lock,” an alert to anyone who transports children and runs the risk of leaving them locked inside a vehicle for any length of time.

Florida ranks fourth in the nation in the number of hyperthermia deaths caused by children left in vehicles. The first of the new billboards is located on the 2500 block of Griffin Road, Hollywood. An estimated 40,000 people drive by that location every day. More...

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