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Aetna Resources for Living offers confidential services 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. The website offer many services and resources. The Archdiocese Benefits Committee (ABC) wants to provide a full-service benefit that you and your family can easily access whenever you need it.
Most of us have to face change, stress, or a life-altering problem now and then. You may call the Confidential Assistance Program for any number of reasons:
You've been feeling blue lately, and you can't seem to shake it.
You are constantly having conflicts with your teenager.
Stress is becoming a distraction.
Your relationship has been strained lately.
The Confidential Assistance Program is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, just by calling 866-641-0791. The Confidential Assistance Program toll-free line is answered by counseling professionals who can assist you with a personal dilemma and can guide you to in-person care with an expert in your area. The Confidential Assistance Program is strictly confidential, as mandated by law.
NOTE: The username and password are "CAP".
The Archdiocese Benefits Committee provides this special benefit because it recognizes that personal concerns can create levels of stress and health issues that can seriously interfere with one's ability to fulfill his responsibilities to his family and calling.
The Confidential Assistance Program, may be reached at