Staff and Faculty Resources
All RCC employees (including part-time classified and faculty who are not participating in RCC’s health insurance plan) are eligible for Employee Assistance Program (EAP) services administered through Reliant Behavioral Health (RBH).
The EAP can help you to privately resolve problems that may interfere with work, family, and life in general. Your EAP is provided for FREE to you and dependents, living at or away from home, as well as household members, related or not. EAP services are always confidential.
EAP program components include:
- Employee and Household Member Face-to-Face and Telephone Counseling Services
- Work/Life Balance Services- Legal, Financial, Identity Theft, Personal Mediation, Child and Elder Care, Home Ownership and more.
- Wellness Services- Health Risk Assessment, Health Coaching, Online Wellness Tools
- 24-Hour Crisis Telephone Number/Web Access
- Manager/Supervisor Consultation 24 Hours/Day
To access the EAP, call RBH at 1-866-750-1327, or visit the Reliant Behavioral Health website. The access code is OEBB.
Benefits-eligible employees have access to many great no cost options through OEBB. Please visit the OEBB website to explore available topics and programs including:
- Mindfulness App
- Resiliency webinars
- WW (formerly Weight Watchers)
- Health Team Health U
- Health coaching
- Assistance with ongoing health conditions
If you have a concern about a student, you may find the “Just In Case” Guide helpful:
If you have a mental health or safety concern about a student, feel free to reach out directly to the counselors via email at [email protected] or call 541-956-7443.
Anti-racism resources to use in and out of the classroom:
- Eight Actions to Reduce Racism in College Classrooms
- Anti-Racist Resources List from Stonehill College
(While these links won’t work without an access code, the list provides information on some great resources that can be found/accessed elsewhere)
- Anti-Racist Toolkit: Knowledge to Action
- Teaching Tolerance: Self-Guided Learning for Educators
(While this is geared primarily towards K-12 educators, there’s many things that could be useful for the college level)
- An Essential Reading Guide to fighting Racism
- Implicit Bias
- Anti-Racism Resources
- 11 Things To Do Besides Say ‘This Has To Stop’ In The Wake Of Police Brutality
- National Museum of African American History & Culture’s Talking About Race
- Southern Poverty Law Center’s Speak Up: Responding to Everyday Bigotry
- 75 Things White People Can Do for Racial Justice
- Blacks in Oregon