Employee Assistance Program


The Employee Assistance Program (EAP) provides confidential, professional counseling services and promotes health and wellbeing for school district employees and their immediate family. The program offers assessment, referral, short-term counseling and follow-up as needed.

What we do

EAP is available 12 months a year to staff members and their immediate family members, whose school district subscribes to the service.

Any kind of problem can be brought up, such as:

  • Marriage / Relationship Concerns

  • Stress Management

  • Alcohol and Drug Problems

  • Time Management

  • Trouble with Teenagers

  • Aging Parent Concerns

  • Financial Problems

  • Codependency, etc.

Who EAP serves

Participating school districts are:

  • Addison

  • Alfred-Almond

  • Avoca

  • Bath

  • Bradford

  • Campbell-Savona

  • Canaseraga

  • Elmira

  • Elmira Heights


  • Hornell

  • Odessa-Montour

  • Spencer-Van Etten

  • Watkins Glen

  • Waverly

Is it really confidential? Will it affect my work record?

At one time or another, each of us may need some extra help to sort out the cares and concerns that affect our health and happiness. Unresolved personal issues can also undermine your performance at work and ultimately jeopardize your job. Understanding this, the EAP offers its clients confidential assistance. Your participation is voluntary and will in no way reflect on your personnel record. You are in no way obligated to follow the suggestions of the specialist.


Contact us

The EAP office is located at the North Presbyterian Church in Elmira, NY.

For free, confidential assistance, contact:

Mary Wallis, LCSW
Employee Assistance Program Specialist
North Presbyterian Church
921 College Avenue
Elmira, NY 14901
(607) 795-5392