Let's Talk About It! 719-380-1644

Henderson Consulting & EAP Services provides:

  • Counseling Services
  • Employee Assistance Programs
  • Drug/Alcohol Testing Programs
  • Drug Free Workplace Programs
  • Substance Abuse Professional Services
  • Teambuilding

 Caring about every client is our trademark. We care and it shows!


What Our Clients Are Saying

Start QuoteAaron has been an amazing therapist, providing me an alternative perspective on my personal situation.End Quote                   

– Pikes Peak Hospice employee

Start QuoteGené, meeting you was a tremendous help to me and my family.  I can't thank you enough - your help has helped us make a difference! End Quote

– Colorado Springs Utilities employee

Start QuoteVeta was very informative and helpful with teaching new coping mechanisms. End Quote

– District 2 employee

Start Quote Michelle is knowledgeable, kind, and thorough. I got a great deal out of our sessions! End Quote

-FFC District 8 employee

Start QuoteTop Notch, EXCELLENT!  Surpassed my expectations. End Quote 

-District 20 employee


Start QuoteThank you for your presentation on drug and alcohol policies at Colorado Springs Utilities.  Your presentation was poignant and relative to our maintaining employment with this great company. End Quote

-Employee at Colorado Springs Utilities


Holiday Closings

To assist you with your plans, we are announcing our  holiday schedule for 2016 as follows:

 Memorial Day - Monday, May 30th

4th of July - Monday, July 4th

    Labor Day - Monday, September 5th
    Thanksgiving - Thursday & Friday, November 24th and 25th
    Christmas Holiday Break - Monday, December 26th  through
    Sunday, January 1, 2017
    The on-call counselor is always available by phone at (719) 440-5807.






 Hours of Operation


Monday to Thursday 7:00 am to 6:00 pm

Friday 7:00 am to 4:00 pm

The on-call counselor is always available by phone at (719) 440-5807.


Suicide Prevention

Risk Factors: Nobody is immune from the risk of suicide. People of all ages, genders, and ethnicities can be at risk for suicide. Some factors that make someone more likely to attempt suicide are:

  • A history of depression, other mental health concerns, or substance abuse
  • Chronic pain or certain medical conditions
  • A prior suicide attempt
  • Family history of mental illness or suicide
  • Recent release from incarceration
  • Having ready access to lethal means (guns, knives, pills)
  • Exposure to suicidal behaviors of others (peers, family, celebrities)

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