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WELCOME TO YOUR APFA EMPLOYEE ASSISTANCE PROGRAM
This service is provided to you as a benefit of being a member of the Association of Professional Flight Attendants and provides CONFIDENTIAL support, information, resources and referrals for issues that impact your life, both at work and in your personal life.
Tired of the turbulent emotions and cancelled trips?
Is the path forward too bumpy and uncertain?
If you are ready to get into smooth air join your fellow Flight Attendants for sharing, caring, and finding ways to manage the ride.
Flight Attendants helping Flight Attendants.
Confidential peer support - The Virtual Way
YOU ARE NOT ALONE
Join your fellow Flight Attendants and Critical Incident Response Team in clearing the air.
SIGN UP TODAY
APFA’s EAP provides the following services:
- Assessment, information and resource referral support
- The promotion of professional standards through effective conflict resolution
- Offers response and support to critical or traumatic incidents
The objective of APFA EAP Is to enhance the health, welfare and safety of its Union's members by providing quality peer support services. Since we are a group of trained Flight Attendants, we not only value and understand the professional job you do every day, we also specialize in providing you and your family with a number of workplace resources and the guidance for the concerns that may impair your ability to function at your best.
WE ARE HERE FOR YOU!
The four integrated departments of EAP which specialize in specific aspects of the program are:
- MENTAL HEALTH
- PROFESSIONAL STANDARDS
- CRITICAL INCIDENT STRESS MANAGEMENT
- FLIGHT ATTENDANTS IN RECOVERY (F.A.I.R.)
Each department provides a wealth of information that better informs you of how EAP is directly related to your career as a Flight Attendant at American Airlines as well as the services we can provide to you and your family. Below are brief descriptions of each department and links to each of the individual department’s webpage.
APFA EAP understands that mental health issues can affect anyone at any time, occur in almost every family and workplace, and can adversely impact your quality of work and home life.
Some of the most common reasons Flight Attendants call us are:
- Substance Abuse
- Emotional Distress
- Medical Clearance
- Assistance Finding a Counselor
If you, or someone you know suffers from a mental health concern we can help you find the resources you need.
For CONFIDENTIAL assistance call:
and your Well Being is our first priority.
Any emergency or traumatic event at home or in the workplace can provoke distressful emotions, which is a normal reaction to an abnormal event.
The APFA EAP Critical Incident Response Team (CIRT) is available for confidential help 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. We are Flight Attendants assisting Flight Attendants.
For CONFIDENTIAL assistance call:
APFA Professional Standards is a voluntary and confidential service providing members the opportunity to resolve conflicts/concerns about co-workers without management involvement.
- To promote and restore professional conduct
- Ensure a safe work environment
- To develop and utilize sound problem-solving skills
If you have experienced a conflict or have a concern with a coworker and need confidential assistance from your Base Representative CLICK HERE
FAIR ( Flight Attendants in Recovery) welcomes APFA Flight Attendants who are seeking an alcohol and drug free life. FAIR is a confidential resource whose purpose is to provide its members a safe environment, given our unique career. FAIR's goals are primarily focused on providing tips, tools, and support for flight attendants beginning and continuing their journey in recovery. We welcome and encourage discussion related to work and personal recovery.
Your FAIR family is here for you. Welcome Home.