Employee Assistance Program - New Mobile App and Resources for Caregivers

AllOne Health is the provider of Simmons's Employee Assistance Program (EAP). The EAP is available to all Simmons faculty and staff and also to their household dependents.

Simmons offers the EAP to help our faculty and staff and their families with matters, large and small, that can affect health, happiness, work or personal life. The services offered range from help in coping with stressful situations, adjusting to demands at work, finding a day care provider or pet sitter, adult care, retirement/college planning, skill building, help with resources for estate planning, credit counseling, care giver resources and many more. This service is confidential, professional, easy to use and free to our employees because Simmons sponsors this benefit. 

For more information, please visit the THCS intranet page.

NEW Mobile App from AllOne Health: Putting the Power of the EAP in your Hands!

AllOne Health also has a mobile app which gives you these services at your fingertips, thus putting the power of the EAP in your hands! Here are five steps to get started:

  1. Go to your app store (Google Play, App Store) and search for "AllOne Health Employee Assistance Program"
  2. Download the app (not the Life Resources or MIAA EAP app) and login with your Passcode: "simmons"
  3. Select your demographics
  4. Take the "App Tour," a quick showcase of features
  5. Access EAP services by tapping "Submit". It's that simple!


Additional resources are available on AllOne Health's website at www.allonehealtheap.com that you can access with user ID: simmons and password: employee. Please visit the THCS intranet for more information.

Resources for Caregivers

Please remember that AllOne Health can provide resources, support and information for faculty and staff serving as caregivers. You can access these services either over the phone, or on the web-site. Allonehealtheap.com also has a number of archived online webinars that can be accessed at your convenience. Some examples include: "Adjusting to the Aging Process", "Who Takes Care of the Caregiver?", and "Strategies for Multigenerational Caregiving". Additional resources including audio, tip sheets, articles and resources can be found on the AllOne Health web-site under AGING.

One of the other benefits that we offer through Health Advocate, may also be a helpful resource if you are looking to navigate the healthcare landscape, understand Medicare, its coverage etc. 

We hope you take advantage of these resources.

Thank you,