Collection: Assessments - Workforce & SAP Evaluations
A brief assessment instrument (EWE) for identifying a range of problems in an EAP setting can be a valuable asset for the busy EAP counselor to ensure a general coverage of common problem areas. More extensive assessments fully compatible with the DSM-5, such as the SUDDS-5, are valuable when the counselor must document a substance use disorder. The sign-off at the back of this instrument provides concrete evidence of what the employee has acknowledged or denied. The instruments of the JAVAA provide key documentation of issues to be considered in making return-to-work decisions.