Meet your weekly exercise quota in short, intense bursts

Meet your weekly exercise quota in short, intense bursts

We all know that exercise and fitness is important to our overall health, particularly as we age. According to the most recent Physical Activity Guidelines for Americans published by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services last year, the average adult should...

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Wellness coaching helps health resolutions stick!

Wellness coaching helps health resolutions stick!

Health & wellness coaching may be the secret to helping you stick with your health resolution over the year ahead. Exercise more. Lose weight. Improve my nutrition habits. Quit smoking. Join the gym. Health and fitness goals are among the most common resolutions...

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Starting fresh: Improving your health in the New Year

Starting fresh: Improving your health in the New Year

Improving your health should be job #1 in the New Year. We offer health and wellness tips to help you make healthy resolutions that will stick. January is a fresh start, a clean page for getting health habits back on track after any holiday indulgences. In all the...

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Have you had your blood pressure checked lately?

Have you had your blood pressure checked lately?

If you haven't had your blood pressure checked lately, you should. It's something you should monitor regularly - particularly if you have any risk factors. It's often referred to as the “silent killer' because it can do its damage without showing symptoms. That's why...

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Reduce your salt intake: How much is too much?

Reduce your salt intake: How much is too much?

The World Health Organization recommends that you take steps to reduce your salt intake by getting no more than 5 grams of salt per day. They estimate that, globally, 2.5 million deaths could be prevented each year if salt consumption stayed within its recommended...

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The fitness benefits of hiking

The fitness benefits of hiking

Hiking is a great summer fitness activity that has benefits for both your physical and mental health. Here are some tips to get you started. Not everyone is a gym person. Here are a few things that our wellness coaches hear fairly often. "I don't like going to the...

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Pedal Power: It’s National Biking Month

Pedal Power: It’s National Biking Month

May is National Bike Month, a great time to dust off your bike, get it back on the road, and get ready to participate in National Bike to Work Week from May 13–19 and Bike to Work Day on Friday, May 17! Biking is not only an economical and earth-friendly form of...

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Alcohol Awareness: How’s your drinking?

Alcohol Awareness: How’s your drinking?

April is Alcohol Awareness Month. One in every 12 adults, or 17.6 million people, suffer from alcohol use disorder or alcohol dependence. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says that nearly 80,000 deaths a year are a direct result of excessive alcohol use....

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Tips to help you observe National Nutrition Month in March

Tips to help you observe National Nutrition Month in March

National Nutrition Month® is a nutrition education and information campaign observed annually in March by the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. The campaign focuses attention on the importance of making informed food choices and developing sound eating and physical...

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Handy tips to cut calories and make healthy choices

Handy tips to cut calories and make healthy choices

Want to cut calories and eat a healthier diet? We offer concrete tips to kick off your new year in a healthy way. We don't believe in diet fads - hopping on and off the latest "nutrition" craze can actually hurt your weight loss goals, not help. (see Weight loss is...

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New physical activity guidelines released

New physical activity guidelines released

For the first time in a decade, the Department of Health and Human Services has updated the federal guidelines for physical activity, recommending 150 minutes of moderate-intensity exercise or 75 minutes of vigorous activity every week, along with strength training...

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Our Clients

Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts

“Higher Ed EAP has been a valuable resource for our employees, with a tremendous range of services. They understand the needs of our faculty and staff and work to provide individualized assistance. We are pleased with Higher Ed EAP as a partner in supporting our employees.”

Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts

City of Saratoga Springs, Public Safety

“ESI continues to provide exceptional services to our organization. The team at ESI is always readily available to assist, and the training and counseling services are top notch!”

City of Saratoga Springs, Public Safety

Mestek, Inc.

“Our employees at Mestek have been so pleased with the offerings ESI provides. From administrative referrals to their online trainings, we find our level of participation with all the services available is above average, and especially when employees face serious life issues.

I have and will continue to recommend ESI as a premier provider of programs for all employee populations.”

Joanne Berwald, Senior Vice President, Human Resources
Mestek, Inc.

Illinois Wesleyan University

“We have worked with ESI for over 10 years and developed a great working relationship. Our employees appreciate the many resources available to them to navigate personal issues. Supervisors utilize the professional training courses offered.

We have found the administrative referral process very valuable for both employees and supervisors. When working through an administrative referral ESI staff is responsive, supportive, knowledgeable and keeps the HR staff informed throughout the process.”

Londa Dunlap, Assistant Director of Human Resources
Illinois Wesleyan University

Company Confidential

“I have been in Human Resources management for over thirty (30) years. I am so pleased to have partnered with ESI HealthCare EAP to be able to offer the most professional and comprehensive employee assistance program to our staff. This company and the service they consistently provide are unmatched in the industry. ESI is the best – there simply is no comparison.”

Ginger Frasca, Director of Human Resources
Company Confidential

Signet Electronic Systems, Inc.

“ESI has been the Employee Assistance provider for SIGNET Electronic Systems, Inc. for the past 10 years. Our employees have come to trust and rely on ESI to deliver quality care and resources in a confidential and professional manner. Each year we have seen our utilization rate continue to climb, to a rate of almost 43% last year. Like all companies, some of our employees will face difficult problems or circumstances in the coming year and not know where to turn. We recommend ESI to our team members without hesitation, knowing they can find assistance 24/7/365, whatever the issue .”

Signet Electronic Systems, Inc.

Town of Burlington, MA

“I am proud to consider ESI Employee Assistance Group an extension of my Human Resources department. With the diverse nature of employees within a municipal environment, ESI demonstrates a deep understanding of the work that we perform as well as a genuine care for our employees’ needs both personally and professionally. The suite of services that ESI provides is second to none, and available to employees in the format that they are most comfortable with – online, over the phone, or face to face. I regularly advise our employees that whenever they come across an issue – large or small – that they need to address and don’t know where to start, they can’t go wrong with their first step being a phone call or online visit to ESI.”

Town of Burlington, MA

Income Research + Management

“We’ve developed a great partnership with ESI Employee Assistance Group over the years. They’re extremely responsive, always willing to go the extra mile and have rolled out several recent benefits that are well-received by our employees, including college tuition discounts and free personal and professional coaching. I would recommend them to anyone, especially those looking for a more personal EAP program.”

Income Research + Management

Massachusetts Technology Collaborative

“Here at MassTech, we recently switched our Employee Assistance Program over to ESI Employee Assistance Group, and we could not be more pleased. One of the things we value most about ESI is how proactive they are with our employees. Employees appreciate getting emails updating them on all that ESI has to offer.

Thank you for always being there when we have questions or need support. We look very forward to continuing our relationship with ESI!”

Massachusetts Technology Collaborative

Unitarian Universalist Association

“ESI Employee Assistance Group provides a superb and thorough set of counseling, financial, training, legal, wellness, and other services that our staff have come to rely on and trust. We continue to work with ESI year after year and trust that our staff are well cared for.”

Unitarian Universalist Association

Hallkeen Management, Inc.

“Thank you for providing helpful assistance to our employees.  ESI has been such a great resource for our employees, thanks for all you do!”

Hallkeen Management, Inc.

Summit Federal Credit Union

“The Summit Federal Credit Union has worked with ESI since 1984 and I am extremely impressed with the level of support, responsiveness, expertise and overall service provided to the credit union and to our employees. With their guidance and partnership, we have successfully implemented, or plan to implement, solutions that will continue to make a positive impact on our organizational culture. ESI is extremely easy for our employees to work with, too. The staff at ESI is caring and compassionate. They have always handled employee situations on a priority basis and in a highly confidential manner. I am very pleased to be working with ESI. ”

Summit Federal Credit Union


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