ComPsych provides counseling on a confidential basis for matters that
interfere with work or home life. All clinicians are trained and experienced
in EAP issues, licensed in the state and are fully insured. ComPsych
provides crisis intervention with immediate assistance, information and
referral to community resources, self-help groups, child and elder care, and
The counselors at ComPsych help with issues we all may face at
one time or another including work stress, depression, anxiety,
anger management, marital and other relationship problems,
divorce, separation, loss, alcohol and drug-related issues and
more (for a more complete listing, please go to
and click on their list of
services). ComPsych also provides information and referrals for
child and elder care, legal and financial problems, court
ordered services and other community resources.
The City of Mesa's EAP program provides short-term counseling
and referral services for up to eight sessions per person, per
plan year, at no charge to the employee and dependents.
Referrals to professionals and treatment sources are available
for ongoing or specialized therapy in your area.
All full-time employees and their dependents are eligible.
If referred for more specialized or extensive care, the employee
or dependent must be covered by a health insurance plan with
mental health benefits (City Medical Plans, or coverage through
another health insurance plan outside the City).
What is the difference between ComPsych and the City's Mental
Health Benefits ComPsych is available to all full-time
employees and their dependents and is a short-term assistance
program for issues requiring a minimal number of sessions.
The Mental Health benefits are only available to those who are
covered under one of the City of Mesa medical plans. Retirees
and their family members are not eligible to use the EAP
ComPsych is completely confidential. Release of
information is only provided with the written consent of the
client (employee or dependent using the program). Release
of information may be given only if required by law (i.e.,
suspected child abuse).
How to use the program
To schedule an appointment (counseling sessions are by appt only) call
1-866-519-7415. Phones are open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
To access ComPsych online, go to
Web ID: MESA
ComPsych offers online resources for your everyday concerns. Log on to
ComPsych's website, as shown above, and you will find information on:
- Counselor Services
- Certified Financial Planner
- Legal Services
- Child Care Services
- Elder Care Services
- Education Services, and much more
Extended behavioral health benefits
Benefits for extended behavioral health care are available to individuals
enrolled in one of the Mesa Choice Plans. No EAP or PCP referrals are
Main Street, Suite 600
Mesa, AZ 85201
Office hours: Mon -Thurs 7am-6pm
(480) 644-2299 - Phone
(480) 644-4548 - Fax
-Disease & Case
Option 2: Prescription Plan
-Request FSA Card
Eligibility - Active Employees
Eligibility - Retired Employees
FSA- Benefits Office
E-mail (password resets cannot be done via email)
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