At Albertsons Companies, your benefits are designed to support your mental and emotional well-being all year long – not just in May! Read on to discover some of the ways Albertsons Companies supports you in working through life’s challenges and being your best self.
Employee Assistance Program (EAP)
Through the EAP, benefits-eligible associates and their family members have access to free, confidential counseling sessions by phone or in person. You can use up to three sessions per issue per year – that means you have access to more than three free sessions per year if the sessions are to address separate issues.
EAP counselors and work/life resources can help you with:
- Mental health issues, such as anxiety or depression
- Stress management
- Work-life balance
- Financial and legal matters
- Housing assistance
- And more!
Get started with the EAP today
- Call 877-294-3271, or
- Visit www.guidanceresources.com to access counseling or work/life resources. (Use Web ID: ALBERTSONSCOMPANIES)
Non-union associates enrolled in an Albertsons Companies medical plan can access mental or behavioral health care from the comfort of home using telemedicine!
- Available to associates and their covered dependents age 13 or older enrolled in a Blue Cross of Idaho medical plan
- Behavioral health experts, including doctors, psychiatrists, and other mental health providers are available 7 a.m – 9 p.m. local time
- Just $20 copay per visit
- Available to associates and covered dependents enrolled in Kaiser Permanente medical plan
- Schedule an appointment through Kaiser’s appointment scheduling system and choose a telephone or video visit to get started
- Just a $20 copay per visit
Resources from your medical plan
|Blue Cross of Idaho Members
||Kaiser Permanente Members
|Access well-being coaching, including stress management programs and mental health workshops
||Access healthy lifestyle programs, wellness coaching, or self-care apps
|Call: 855-216-6844 M-F 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. local time
Looking for additional mental health support but don’t know where to start? Check out findyourwords.org. There, you can:
- Take a self-assessment to check in with yourself and determine if you might be experiencing symptoms of depression, anxiety, or other mental health conditions
- Access resources where you can talk, text, or chat online with someone trained to help
- Watch videos designed to teach you tools to help with your own mental well-being and show you how to support your friends and family members
- And more!
When you need help or are worried about someone else
If you or someone you know is thinking about suicide, contact the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline – available 24 hours a day in English and Spanish: 800-273-8255.
The resources on this page are intended to help promote and encourage your mental health, but they are not emergency services.