CAP Physicians Insurance Agency, Inc. (CAP Agency) is pleased to partner with MetLife to provide CAP members and their families with access to MetLife’s Employee Assistance Program at no cost.
This program offers resources such as experienced counselors offered through LifeWorks—one of the nation’s premier providers of Employee Assistance Program services—who can address a wide variety of issues like:
- Family: Divorce, caring for an elderly family member, returning to work after having a baby
- Work: Relocation, building relationships with coworkers and staff
- Legal: Civil, personal, and family law, financial matters, real estate, and estate planning
- Money: Budgeting, financial guidance, retirement, buying or selling a home, taxes
- Identity Theft Recovery: ID theft prevention tips and help if you are victimized
- Health: Anxiety/depression, getting the proper amount of sleep, unhealthy habits
- And much, much more!
Take Advantage of this Free Program
Call 1-888-319-7819 to speak with a counselor or schedule a phone or video conference appointment.
When you call, select “Employee Assistance Program” when prompted and immediately get connected to a counselor. Provide your name and identify yourself as a member of the Cooperative of American Physicians. Family members will need to identify themselves as a dependent of a member of the Cooperative of American Physicians.
Log on to metlifeeap.lifeworks.com, and provide the username metlifeeap and password eap, to access free resources online.
CAP Agency partners with MetLife to provide CAP members and their families with some of the value-added insurance benefits automatically received upon joining CAP as well as the personal insurance products available for purchase at competitive large group rates. Call 800-819-0061 or email CAPAgency@CAPphysicians.com to learn more.
Your benefit includes up to five phone or video consultations with licensed counselors for you and your eligible household members, per issue, per calendar year. Any personal information provided is completely confidential.
MetLife and LifeWorks abide by federal and state regulations regarding duty to warn of harm to self or others. In these instances, the consultant may have a duty to intervene and report a situation to the appropriate authority. This service is provided by MetLife and LifeWorks and other limitations may apply.