INRS offers various free and confidential services to members of its community experiencing personal, employment or academic difficulties, such as a self-help network, professional support and self-care tools. These resources are available, as the case may be, during working days or at any time.
Need a listening ear? A member of the INRS community can listen to you, provide emotional and social support, and direct you to appropriate resources. The Mental Health Allies Network is made up of members of the staff and student community who act in a voluntary and confidential manner. These individuals are trained and supported to help those in need of psychological support.
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The Employee and Student Assistance Program (PAEE) is a psychological support service.
It helps people dealing with issues like depression, anxiety, stress, burnout, substance abuse, interpersonal issues, marital or family problems, and traumatic events find solutions before the situation gets worse. The end goal is to help those seeking assistance to regain their personal well-being, health, and quality of life of as quickly as possible.
The EEAP is an immediate or short-term, confidential, no-cost professional counselling service that you can access at any time.
Help is discreet and immediate. No one will know you are using the program, unless you tell them yourself. You are entitled to four hours of consultations with qualified staff specializing in psychology, social work, sexology, psychotherapy, and other practice areas.
To start making the changes you need to feel better, find answers to your questions, solve problems, make choices or better understand yourself, call toll-free 1-800-361-2433.
For a crisis intervention, a one-time consultation or a psychological follow-up to discuss your situation, to explore avenues of resolution or recovery and to be directed to the most appropriate resource for your needs, you can contact the INRS psychologist at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sooner or later we all have to deal with personal or work-related problems that can have consequences on our health, psychological well-being, and our job performance. INRS is there to help.
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The current situation is both new and unprecedented. It affects several aspects of our lives and upsets our daily activities. Each person will have different concerns and reactions to this global health crisis.
For a crisis situation requiring lodging, temporary daily support, or onsite intervention, please contact the crisis centre in your area on the Regroupement des services d’intervention de crise du Québec website.
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