Connect with a Life/Health Coach

Our Employee Assistance Program (EAP) is available for you and your family members as a resource for life and health counseling and coaching. Assess your needs, set personal goals, receive support, referrals and resources as needed to help you be successful.

Contact a Personal Health Coach

New! Video Counseling

The EAP is designed to address a wide range of topics including personal, work, relationship, legal, and financial issues. EAP counselors have offices that are located within a reasonable distance from where you work. We can also accommodate the needs of dependents when they are away from home. Use the BPA Health provider search, or contact BPA Health at 800-726-0003 to find a counselor that can help address your individual needs.

Employee Assistance Program Providers

Reliant Behavioral Health (RBH) (866) 750-1327
Business Psychology Associates (BPA) (800) 726-0003

Up to 4 visits, per issue, with each company with pre-approval.

BPA contact and 24-hour crisis hotline (800-726-0003) M - Th: 8 a.m. - 6 p.m., F: 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. (MST) Crisis counselors are available 24/7. Smoking cessation, weight management, addiction, personal and life issues, personal, work, relationship, and legal and financial services available.

BPA Website to log in use:
College of Southern Idaho for your Organization's Name
800-726-0003 for the Plan's Toll-free Number

RBH 24-hour Crisis hotline (866) 750-1327 for personal and life issues as well as legal, financial, parenting, adult & elder-care services.

MyRBH Website use LifeMap for the Access Code.

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