Aetna offers support services in wake of San Bernardino tragedy

Oct 10 2018
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On Wednesday, December 2, 2015, a mass shooting at a service center for people with disabilities in San Bernardino, CA, claimed the lives of at least 14 people and resulted in multiple injuries. In response to this tragedy, Aetna has put in place EAP policy modification to assist any person nationwide impacted by this unfortunate event.

Aetna Behavioral Health is offering its Employee Assistance Program resources to Aetna members and non-members who have been affected by the shooting in California, regardless of whether they are Aetna EAP customers.

Affected individuals can contact Aetna EAP at 1-888-AETNA-EAP (1-888-238-6232) for telephonic consultation, referrals, and how to support loved ones impacted by this tragedy.

Aetna’s EAP professionals have experience dealing with traumatic events and can be available to provide specific interventions as needed. The Aetna EAP line is available now and will stay open to employees, family members and the general public through December 31, 2015.

Helpful resources:

San Bernardino public resources