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REACH is honored to provide EAP and work/life care to many of the largest hospitals and healthcare organizations in Southern California. Since 1980, originated from a local Orange County hospital, REACH has grown to being a leading provider of EAP and work/life support for healthcare professionals. It is part our DNA. We know first-hand the demands affecting the healthcare delivery system and the challenges facing frontline workers, especially brought on by the COVID pandemic. REACH continues to provide "top tier" and "evidence-based" resources customized to assist the unique concerns facing today's healthcare professionals, which can contribute to their success. Primary services using face-to -face and virtual - telehealth methods are externally provided to assure confidentiality, and does not interrupt work focus. Also provided is on-site support as needed for leadership consultation, support for traumatic events, group and individual debriefings, education, and ongoing promotion of services.



EAP for healthcare workers is in our DNA

Recent studies have highlighted the significant work concerns facing healthcare workers and underscore the importance of addressing these issues to promote the well-being of those on the frontline.

  • Burnout: A 2021 study by Medscape found that 42% of US healthcare workers reported feeling burned out, with higher rates reported among frontline workers such as emergency medicine physicians and critical care nurses.

  • Work-related stress: A 2021 study by the American Psychological Association found that 73% of US healthcare workers reported experiencing increased stress related to their work during the COVID-19 pandemic.

  • Workload: A 2021 study by the Association of American Medical Colleges found that 82% of US physicians reported feeling overworked, with many reporting working longer hours and seeing more patients.

  • Workplace violence: According to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration, healthcare workers in the US are four times more likely to experience workplace violence than workers in other industries

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Clinical Resources and Referral for:

  • Burnout 

  • Compassion fatigue

  • Moral Distress

  • Post Traumatic Stress Disorder

  • Secondary Traumatic Stress

  • Anxiety & Panic Disorder

  • Patient Resistance

  • Grief/Loss

  • Work/Family Balance

  • Building Resilience

  • Self-Care

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Nurse Employee

This has been a very stressful  year but I was so glad that when I called REACH the counselor provided me with the emotional support that I needed to push through.

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ER Nurse Employee

It would have been so much more difficult these past few years with the pandemic challenges had it not been for the REACH program always being there and providing onsite support for our department.

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Medical Director Employee

Thanks to REACH for all the support they have provided my team throughout the years. They have been a trusted partner and we will continue to call on them.

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