Assistance Programs

Employee Assistance Program

The Employee Assistance Program (EAP) and other workplace services provide a confidential and voluntary support system for employees to help manage stress and strains of everyday living affecting their well-being at home and work. The program provides short-term professional services helping employees with personal and family problems. By providing guidance to employees early on, the EAP also can help reduce lost productivity and absenteeism. BayCare Behavioral Health provides EAP services to 33 employers, which amounts to more than 85,000 employees, across the state of Florida. To learn more about incorporating BayCare's EAP program at your workplace, call (800) 878-5470.

Student Assistance Program

The Student Assistance Program (SAP) provides comprehensive resources helping students to cope with challenges interfering with a completing a successful college experience. SAP offers resources guiding students successfully through life’s ups and downs. Studies have shown that providing SAP services has resulted in increased retention among college students. BayCare provides SAP services to nine state and community colleges in Florida, covering more than 200,000 students. To learn more about BayCare's SAP program, call (800) 878-5470.

Congregational Assistance Program

BayCare’s Congregational Assistance Program offers professional mental health services to members of the Faith Community who may be suffering with personal stressors. Today’s complex world is filled with emotional challenges which, when left unresolved, can interfere with experiencing the joy of life. Our Congregational Assistance Program is structured to provide short-term counseling and guidance, in addition to access to a comprehensive network of licensed clinicians. To learn more about BayCare's Congregational Assistance Program, call (800) 878-5470.

Family Assistance Program

The Family Assistance Program (FAP) involves everyone to help a student achieve a positive school experience. Everyone invested in the student’s success contributes to the physical, mental, and spiritual resilience needed to obtain a good educational foundation. The program helps students, their families and school staff cope with problems interfering with a successful and positive experience in the elementary, middle and high school years. To learn more about BayCare's Family Assistance program, call (800) 878-5470.

Learn More About Behavioral Health Services at BayCare

BayCare is proud to offer a wide variety of behavioral health programs and services to patients throughout the Tampa Bay area community, including Tampa, Clearwater, Winter Haven, St. Petersburg, Lutz, Dunedin, Plant City, and the surrounding areas. Learn more about resources like Crisis Services and Recovery-Focused Care, or tell us more about your particular issue so that we can provide you with a response tailored to your unique situation. Physicians can also refer patients to BayCare in complete confidence.