Sun Life RightDirections

Employee Assistance Program (EAP)

Professional, confidential assistance to provide support for issues that can affect performance at work.

A happy, healthy workforce is more engaged and productive, but personal issues, stresses and health concerns can affect us all from time to time.

Sun Life RightDirections can offer the support people may need to resolve personal challenges before they become overwhelming and begin to limit the ability to focus at work.

EAP can play an important role in creating and preserving personal well-being and is a clear message to your employees that their health matters.

Where Sun Life RightDirections can help:
  • Family and social relationships
  • Personal problems
  • Dependency issues
  • Workplace related issues
  • Legal and financial advice
  • Wellness issues
  • Crisis

A fresh approach that lets you build the right program for your business:

We know that when it comes to Employee Assistance Programs, one size does not fit all. That’s why we’ve worked with Solareh to make Sun Life RightDirections flexible, allowing you to choose the program that’s right for your business.






  • 3 telephone sessions per issue
  • Unlimited access to online resources
  • Unlimited* telephone sessions
  • Unlimited access to online resources
  • 3 in-person counseling sessions per issue
  • Unlimited* telephone sessions
  • Unlimited access to online resources
  • Unlimited* in-person counseling sessions
As deemed clinically appropriate based on initial assessment within the short-term, solution focused EAP counseling model.

Top-up services:
  • Lunch and learns
  • Manager coaching by telephone
  • Manager Package Plus – 2 in-person manager training sessions, 2 customized EAP reports, 2 lunch and learns.

About Solareh

Since 1984, Solareh has been offering expert support in the areas of employee and family assistance, and absenteeism. Solareh promotes health and wellness by offering concrete problem-solving tools that deliver measurable results to individuals and organizations alike.

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