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As wildfires continue to ravage Northern California, it is difficult to find someone who has not been impacted in some way. When a fire happens close to where we live, and to people we know and love, it can be especially difficult. It’s normal to feel sadness, anxiety, fear or a mix of emotions. Sometimes a tragedy weighs heavily on us even if we aren’t impacted personally. These are all very human reactions – there is no right or wrong way you are supposed to feel.
At Sutter EAP, our trained staff can help you with your feelings, and refer you to a therapist in your area. Sutter EAP is available to assist you 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Our service is confidential and free to employees and eligible dependents.
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