FSEAP (Family Services Employee Assistance Program) Website

FSEAP provides free counselling, information and referral services for Boilermaker Members and their families. These services, listed below, are available throughout Canada. Telephone Number: 1-866-990-1113, TTY Telephone Number: 1-888-234-0414

Crisis counselling

  • available 24 hours a day, seven days a week
  • direct access to professional counselling staff through our toll-free telephone lines

 

Psychological and Social Counselling

Psychological and social counselling includes comprehensive assessment, short-term treatment, referral when necessary, and follow up including:

  • marital/relationship counselling
  • family counselling
  • child and adolescent counselling
  • work-related counselling
  • personal and emotional counselling
  • interpersonal conflict counselling
  • specialized addictions treatment (including liaison with treatment centres and extended follow-up)
  • stress testing and counselling
  • psychological assessments

 

Financial Counselling

  • financial consultation and assessments for employees experiencing financial difficulties
  • employees may be counselled on budgeting techniques and debt management

 

Eldercare Information

Eldercare counselling and resource finding providing information on:

  • home support services
  • long term care and seniors housing
  • day programs
  • health services
  • social and education programs

 

Teen/Parent Hotline

The teen/parent hotline offers 24-hour counselling for adolescents and their parents. This service is available exclusively through FSEAP.

The hotline is available for teens to talk about problems with:

  • school
  • friends
  • drugs/alcohol
  • family relationships
  • and more

The hotline is available for parents to discuss worries about:

  • teen depression
  • legal problems
  • drug/alcohol use
  • and more

 

Child Care Information

Childcare counselling and resource finding provides information on:

  • day care centres and nursery schools
  • nanny agencies
  • private home care agencies
  • school-age childcare programs (after school, summer, holidays)
  • care for children with special needs
  • temporary and emergency care agencies

 

Legal advisory service

  • access to experienced lawyers practising across Canada
  • providing information on:
    • consumer law and protection
    • family law, motor vehicle law
  • general legal services

CEFAP (Construction Employee Family Assistance Plan) Website

Confidential personal assistance and self-development services for employees and their dependents if you are a Member that resides in Alberta or Saskatchewan. CEFAP covers counselling, education and self-development services in addition to assessment and referral when required, for a full spectrum of personal issues including, but not limited to:

  • separation/divorce/custody
  • financial and legal difficulties
  • alcohol and drug dependency
  • gambling and other addictions
  • smoking cessation
  • eating disorders
  • difficulties with children
  • anger management
  • sexual harassment and abuse
  • bereavement
  • child/elder care resources
  • retirement planning
  • dietician services
  • physical fitness assessment
  • single parenting
  • sleep difficulties

For Immediate Response North America Wide:

  • English: 1-800-663-1142
  • French: 1-866-398-9505
  • Hearing Impaired: 1-888-384-1152
  • International Access (Call Collect): 604-689-1717

De Novo Treatment Centre Website

De Novo is an alcohol and drug treatment service operated as a partnership between management and unionized members of Ontario’s construction trades. Members in good standing working in Ontario and their spouses and children are eligible for assistance.

De Novo Treatment Centre is located in Sundridge, Ontario. De Novo provides a free assessment, a residential treatment facility and recovery for men with additional support after treatment. A separate facility for women is located in Toronto area.

If you are suffering from alcohol or drug addictions and are looking for help contact De Novo. They CAN help you.

For more information on De Novo and the services they provide click here to go to the De Novo website.

If you need assistance contact the intake manager who will start you on the right path by answering any questions and, after assessment, get you started with your treatment program. There is no change to the member for this treatment. 100% of the cost is paid for by the Boilermakers’ National Health and Welfare Plan (Canada)

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