Sometimes balancing work and personal responsibilities
creates stress that is hard to handle on your own. To help
you through those times, you can receive counseling and
referrals through the Colorado State Employee Assistance
Program (C-SEAP).

What is C-SEAP?
C-SEAP is a professional assessment, referral, and short-term counseling service offered to State employees with
work-related or personal concerns, as well as a resource for supervisors and managers seeking individual
managerial consultation, work-group organizational development, assistance with conflict resolution, or help
with resolution of work-place traumatic events.

C-SEAP has confidential, cost-free counseling and coaching available for active State employees with concerns
such as:
Domestic Violence
Job Performance Concerns
Workplace Conflict
Substance Abuse
Couples/Family Problems
Health Concerns
Personal/Professional Growth

How do you use C-SEAP?
In order to schedule an appointment, call C-SEAP anytime Monday through Friday between the hours of 8 a.m.
and 5 p.m. When you contact C-SEAP, a staff specialist will ask you for some general information and set up an
appointment for you to meet with a counseling professional. Additional after hours resources are available on
the C-SEAP voice mail as well as on the website. You can reach C-SEAP by calling the main office 303-866-4314 or
1-800-821-8154 to schedule your initial appointment.

Where are my counseling sessions?
C-SEAP offices are located in Downtown Denver, Loveland, Sterling, Grand Junction, Colorado Springs, Pueblo,
Canon City, Alamosa and Durango.

Will anybody know I'm coming to C-SEAP for counseling?
C-SEAP does not disclose that you are coming to their office for counseling. Counseling services are strictly
confidential. The only exceptions are when you give written permission for others to be informed, or in rare
situations in which the law requires others to be informed for reasons of physical safety.

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