NIH Anti-Sexual Harassment Website
The National Institutes of Health (NIH) does not tolerate pervasive or severe harassment of any kind, including sexual harassment, whether it is within the agency, at research organizations that receive NIH funding, or anywhere else NIH-funded activities are conducted.
Learn more about NIH's policies, practices and initiatives to foster a safe and respectful work environment.
About The Employee Assistance Program
NIH is committed to improving the health of our citizens. We are dedicated to fostering the wellness of its employees. NIH provides its workforce with a full service Employee Assistance Program (EAP), staffed by professionals with licensure and certification in workplace wellness and behavioral health. EAP is free to all employees and their immediate family members.
The EAP provides personalized consultation, short-term support, referral and follow up services to enhance personal and professional well being. EAP is an ideal first stop for access to the vast resources of NIH and the outside community. We also offer training and support for workgroups to address issues that impact the work environment.
EAP services are strictly confidential.
We provide services to the NIH employees who work at the following locations:
- Baltimore, MD
- Bethesda, MD
- Durham, NC
- Frederick, MD
- Gaithersburg, MD
- Hamilton, MT
- Rockville, MD
We all have a need to seek help and consultation at some point in our lives. Whether it's helping you to navigate life's transitions, find more satisfaction in your work, or maximize your physical and emotional wellbeing, the EAP is here to assist.