Employee Assistance Program (E.A.P.)
The Employee Assistance Program (EAP) director is the coordinator for the Saint Paul Police Department’s EAP program. The director is a sworn member of the police department, who has the ability to empathize with common issues that may occur with sworn and non-sworn personnel, and issues that may arise in police family dynamics.
The current EAP director is Sgt. Constance Bennett. She has a B.A. Degree in Organizational Management and Human Services, and a M.A. Degree in Mental Health Counseling.
The Employee Assistance Program (E.A.P.) business hours are: Monday through Friday, 10am-6pm.
The Employee Assistance Program provides:
- 24 Hour EAP Assistance to both sworn and non sworn personnel
- Critical Incident Individual and Group Debriefing
- Professional Counseling, Coaching, Therapy and Specialized Service Referrals
- Peer Network Support Program and Training
- Support Groups (Spousal, Veteran, and Officers etc...)
- Human Services Referral Assistance
The EAP Program was created to provide confidential counseling, therapy referrals and assistance with other specialized mental health services. These services are provided to both sworn and non-sworn personnel, along with family members. EAP also provides assistance to outside surrounding police agencies and their families.
The EAP program takes great pride in serving the Saint Paul Police department and our surrounding police communities. We have created partnerships with professional licensed providers to provide police and civilian personnel with the most professional counseling, therapy and specialized mental health services available. These professional licensed providers have years of experience working with law enforcement personnel and their families.
For Assistance, Contact Sgt. Constance Bennett at:
Office Phone: (651) 298-5006 off
Cell phone: (612) 554-3878 cell
Office Address: 570 Asbury Street, Suite 106-A