The Employee Assistance Program offers a variety of great benefits to full-time LCC employees, their spouse, dependents, and household members. See benefits below!
Governor Inslee recently implemented Proclamation 21-14 which also impacts Higher Education. In response, the Washington State Employee Assistant Program provided a document with resources that you can view via this link.
Coping with Fear of Violence: School Shootings
If you feel distressed due to recent events, the Washington State EAP is a place to seek confidential and caring support. Guidance, resources, and more can be found here.
The 2020 election cycle has heightened our collective experience of stress, worry and anxiety at a time when the pandemic, civil unrest, financial instability and natural disasters have already stretched coping skills to the limit. In particular, state and public employees face the additional pressure of keeping essential government functions operating in order to support the needs of Washington state communities. To support employees in these efforts, the Washington State EAP offers resources here. Please also refer to the Community Crisis Support Resource Guide. Their inclusion is not intended to reflect a particular importance over other resources, nor is the intent to endorse any views expressed or products or services offered.
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Each employee is expected to report to work in an appropriate mental and physical condition to perform his or her assigned duties. The College recognizes drug dependency and/or drug use to be an illness and a major health, safety and security concern.
Learn more at Drug-Free Schools & Communities Act
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