|Superior School District|
|Bylaws & Policies|
3170.01 - EMPLOYEE ASSISTANCE PROGRAM (EAP)
The Board of Education believes that early recognition and treatment of illegal drug use, controlled substance abuse, or alcohol abuse is important for successful rehabilitation, return to productive work, and reduced personal, family, and social disruption.
The District encourages the earliest possible diagnosis and treatment for illegal drug use or controlled substance abuse and supports sound treatment efforts. Whenever feasible, the District will assist staff members in overcoming illegal drug use or controlled substance abuse. However, the decision to seek diagnosis and accept treatment for illegal drug use or controlled substance abuse is primarily the individual staff member's responsibility. Any costs associated with treatment in excess of those costs covered by the staff member's medical insurance plan shall be borne by the individual.
Staff members with personal drug or controlled substance abuse problems should request assistance from the Director of Human Resources. Assistance will be provided on a confidential basis, and each staff member will be referred to the appropriate treatment and counseling services.
The District will assist staff members to the extent feasible through the Employee Assistance Program. The Board cannot guarantee that the staff member's use of illegal drugs or abuse of alcohol or controlled substances will not impact adversely the staff member's employment status through disciplinary procedures.