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Employee Counseling Services

Mission Statement

Committed to making a positive impact in the workplace and to help Navajo Nation employees and their immediate family members who may develop social behavior or health related problems that could affect their work performance.

Objective

ECS assists to reduce issues in the workplace and retain valued employees.

Confidentiality

Confidentiality is maintained in accordance with the Navajo Nation Privacy Act.

The ECS is available to you and your dependents to address life issues such as:

  • Gambling
  • Depression
  • Anxiety
  • Stress Management
  • Relationship and Family Problems
  • Alcohol and other Drugs
  • Parenting Challenges and Concerns
  • Grief and Loss
  • Relationship with Co-workers and Managers
  • Conflict Resolution at Home and Work
  • Child and Adolescent Problems with School and Peers

Supervisor Guide

The ECS Supervisor Guide can help to assist management in determining if a referral to the ECS is appropriate. The Guide is a tool that lists the process for employee referral, identifying behaviors, ensuring that the supervisor role does not become a counseling role and documenting employee behavior. For more information, click below to download. 

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For more information:

Ronda Roan, LSAA
Navajo Nation ECS Counselor
Direct: 928-871-6530
Cell: 928-206-7533
Fax: 928-871-6408
rondaroan@navajo-nsn.gov

Location:
Administration Building One,
Second Floor
PO BOX 1360
Window Rock, AZ 86515

MetLife Grief Counseling

ECS Flyer

ECS PowerPoint Presentation

ECS Pamphlet

Grief Counseling

Metlife Group Life comes with grief counseling provided by Harris, Rothenberg International, Inc. for you, your dependents, and beneficiaries up to five confidential counseling sessions per event.

For more information:


Call (855) 609-9989

OR

Visit https://griefcounseling.harrisrothenberg.net/default.aspx
Username: MetLife
Password: grief

MetLife Grief Counseling


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