Employee Assistance Professionals

Join the North Carolina, South Carolina, and Western Virginia EAPA community, where we support one another, grow, and thrive in the profession we love.


NC EAPA’s Hybrid May Training: A Day of Self-Care

Can't make it to Charlotte? Please join us virtually!
May 17, 2024
3120 Wilkinson Blvd, Suite D1
Charlotte NC 28208

Virtual Zoom meeting available




Connect with others in the EAP field, and gain a valuable support network.


Get affordable CEUs and PDHs plus resources and opportunities. 


Benefit from the support and camaraderie of fellow EAPs.


Keep up with latest trends and best practices to stay ahead of the curve.

Business Directory

As a member of NC EAPA, you are eligible to be listed in our business directory for a low annual advertising rate!

Job Listings

NC EAPA members can list open positions for free on our job board.  Submit a simple form and your open job will be published.
on behalf of the Diversity Chair

Dr. Sharika McFadden

Never underestimate the power of dreams and the influence of the human spirit. We are all the same in this notion: The potential for greatness lives within each of us.
Wilma Rudolph
African American female, Olympic track and field athlete

Black History Month

Celebrating Black History Month is only a step in the diversity journey towards honoring achievements and contributions to our nation made by people of African American descent. This celebration, in February of each year, is a much-needed reminder of all the sacrifices and accomplishments of black people.  Making a pledge to go beyond a month of celebration, but instead to be inclusive and accepting of all people, will allow us to not only educate people about black history, but of the lives and contributions of black people worldwide.

We should not only commemorate the lives that were lost to the world, but to commit to changes of policy and practices that benefit of all mankind. Liberation makes room for acceptance and space for people to be themselves versus yielding to oppression. Let’s vow to accept people for who they are and give them room to elevate change. We should take action to respond to the needs of diverse individuals, so they are acknowledged and accepted in places where doors have previously been closed. When we consider everyone as human, action is not optional.

Not everything that is faced can be changed, but nothing can be changed until it is faced.
James Baldwin
African American writer and activist
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