Anchor EAP counselors are the best of the best. We partner only with the most knowledgeable, experienced, trustworthy counselors who are well-known for their superior competence in their specific areas of expertise. All Anchor EAP counselors have a Master's Degree or Ph.D., and are state-licensed. Many have additional certifications and specialized training. We are 100% dedicated to serving our clients with prompt, high-quality services and respectful, compassionate care.
Anchor EAP is an Employee Assistance Program that provides FREE and CONFIDENTIAL short-term counseling and referral services. We provide you with a supportive environment to discuss your personal or work-related concerns with our experienced, trustworthy, highly qualified professional counselors.
You will always be treated with respect and compassion in order for you to be most empowered and reach your goals. In-person counseling is strongly recommended, however, telephone counseling is also available.
When life gets stormy, you want the best professional services and support to keep you steady. We're the experts. It's what we do.
Pam has facilitated several dynamic and powerful educational seminars over several years for our associates. She earned the trust and respect of both the management team and the associates. The skills she teaches are research-based, cutting-edge and practical. Our associates can begin to use the information learned as soon as they complete the seminar. What started out, many years ago, as a trial presentation to our staff, turned into a recurring training process to help us shape our culture and improve the ways we worked together. We eventually just put Pam on a recurring time slot and then agreed on the next topic for her training. We had a much stronger team because of the leadership and coaching provided by Pam.
Professional, knowledgeable, caring and confidential are just a few words that come to mind when describing Pam Hauke. I have had the pleasure of working with Ms. Hauke for several years. Her respect and compassion for our needs as an employer has been remarkable. Her on-site seminars are engaging, educational, fun, and provide an interactive learning experience with effective skills retained by all who attend. Having a diverse and large workforce, including the Police Department and Fire Department, creates many challenges but Ms. Hauke has been able to create an EAP culture and environment where employees and families have become accustomed to receiving excellent services working with a proven expert. Because of the unmatched high quality of service, support and most importantly the results, Ms. Hauke is a valued member of our successful team.
I had the opportunity to participate in a Stress Management training that Pam facilitated. It was outstanding! I expected to learn about identifying stressors and how to make healthy choices.
What I didn't expect is how Pam helped the entire audience slow down, listen and take notice of small things. For us Driver personality types, this seminar can be difficult initially but it's exactly what we need. Give her sessions a shot, I guarantee it's worth the time.
Pam Hauke has been our Employee Assistance professional of choice for over a decade. She is a highly-valued and trusted business partner.
Pam is a terrific combination of professional expert and friendly confidant. Employees trust her ability to be discreet and keep information confidential. They value her strong listening skills, problem-solving skills and advice. She has helped us create a culture in which there is no stigma reaching out to talk with the Employee Assistance Program. Employees who have reached out to Pam are not shy about referring their co-workers who could benefit from her services. I think word-of-mouth referrals are the best indicator of great satisfaction with the program’s high quality and outstanding service.
In addition to providing counseling services for employees, our managers and supervisors trust and appreciate Pam’s expertise and advice. When out of the ordinary scenarios present themselves, it is comforting to have someone with Pam’s credentials to reach out to. We have benefitted from her expertise on matters ranging from interpersonal communication to crisis situations.
She has also been onsite for training sessions on several occasions. She provides quality programming in a relaxed environment, leading to successful training outcomes.
I highly recommend Pam Hauke and Anchor EAP.
I have had the pleasure of working with Pam as a colleague for 11 years when I worked at Wheaton Franciscan Healthcare. She is a highly skilled clinician who has had great results with multiple clients. She is thoughtful and deliberate in her work, showing a high level of professionalism in everything she does. She is an excellent speaker, able to present topics in a fun and interesting way. She has a passion for helping businesses succeed through leadership training and employee assistance. I highly recommend her.
Pam is the consummate professional. She makes excellent presentations to employee groups, she is extremely knowledgeable, a gifted therapist and a fine leader. Pam is the whole package.
Call 911 and tell them you are having suicidal thoughts.
Call 1-800-273-TALK (8255) and you’ll be connected to a skilled, trained counselor at a crisis
Racine Health and Human Services
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Racine County Farmers’ Markets
Eating fresh fruits and vegetables can help stabilize mood, and is great for your body. Learn the location of your nearest farmers market. http://racinecounty.maps.arcgis.com/apps/MapJournal
Kenosha Social Services Directory
Information Please! is an annually published directory and an essential tool to organize information about a variety of “helping” agencies and the services that they offer. The goal is to improve access to community agencies, and make it user-friendly for Kenosha residents. To view online, go to: http://www.khds.org/_downloads/infoplease2017.pdf
Note: To find specific services quickly, see the Service Index at the end of the directory.
Hard copies of this directory are also available by calling the Community Access Line at 262-657-7188 or 800-236-7188 to speak with an Information and Referral Assistant.
Mental health screenings, tests, and quizzes
Mental health diagnosis information
Are you concerned about your alcohol or drug use, or a friend or family member’s alcohol or drug use? Self-quizzes are available for alcohol and drug use in adults; as well as for teenagers. All results are confidential and nobody aside from you will see them.
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The National Council on Problem Gambling operates the National Problem Gambling Helpline Network (800-522-4700). The network is a single national access point to local resources for those seeking help for a gambling problem.
Racine - Womens Resource Center: 262-633-3274
Kenosha - Women and Children's Horizons: 262-652-9900 or 800-853-3503
End Domestic Abuse Wisconsin promotes social change that transforms societal attitudes, practices and policies to prevent and eliminate domestic abuse. Find a local domestic violence program, resource or shelter in your area.
We provide confidential support offering crisis intervention, options for next steps and direct connection to sources for immediate safety. The hotline is an excellent source of help for others seeking guidance on how to help someone they know.
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