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EAP Worksite Coordinators

Sherron Rouzan
(310) 287-4527

Cristi Lizares
(310) 287-4312


District  Worksite Coordinator

Katrelia Walker
(213) 891- 2040

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Employee Assistance Program (EAP)

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Website: mhn.advantageengagement.com

Company Code: laccd

Call: 1-800-327-0449

24 hours/365 days availability

Managed Health Network's (MHN) life management services are an important part of our health and wellness benefits. 

For West Employees

About EAP 

1 (800) 327-0449

EAP is a district program which provides employees with free, confidential assistance for a wide range of problems including financial stress, other stress issues, smoking, weight loss, legal difficulties, family matters, aging and more.


Professional Counseling Services:

  • Up to 6 free counseling sessions per issue per calendar year by a licensed mental health provider related to personal, marital, family, relationship, work, alcohol and substance abuse problems
  • Referrals to mental health agencies and non-medical agencies that are beyond the scope of an EAP provider
  • 24-hour crisis hotline, 7 days/week
  • One half-hour consultation with an attorney (either in person or by telephone) per calendar year
  • One financial counseling referral for a consultation with a financial consultant (either in person or by phone) per calendar year.

Work/Life Program:

This is telephonic and web-based referral services for:

  • Childcare
  • Eldercare
  • Legal and financial counseling
  • Health and wellness articles
  • Life improvement issues
  • Educational referral
  • Convenience Services
  • And more…

For Students & Employees

About the Jenesse Center & Domestic Violence

Jenesse Center is a year round resource available to West students, faculty and staff. Their mission is to provide victims of domestic violence with a comprehensive, centralized base of support to assist them in addressing their immediate crisis and changing the patterns of their lives. For more information, click here for the PDF flyer. Or see their website, www.jenesse.org