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CBP is committed to providing resources that help you and your family through life’s biggest events and biggest challenges. Click on any of the topics below to find information on resources, benefits, and programs designed to help CBP employees and their family members.

 

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Find resources that you need to plan for the arrival of your new child or stepchild and your return to work.
 

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Access benefits, resources, and programs available to CBP parents and their children.
 

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Caring for an elderly relative? CBP offers resources and benefits that can help.
 

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Understand what domestic violence is and resources available. Domestic violence is unacceptable and contrary to CBP's core values.

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The Employee Assistance Program (EAP) is a 24/7, free and confidential resource for professional assistance from counseling to drafting a will.  Call 1-800-755-7002 for immediate assistance.
 

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Easy access to organizations and services to address your immediate concerns.

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Want to build good credit or retire comfortably? Whatever your financial goals are, CBP has resources in place to help.

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The CBP Employee Assistance Program (EAP) includes attorneys able to provide legal consultation and a 25% discount off the hourly rate for legal services rendered beyond the EAP.

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CBP provides training resources for couples in order to aid our workforce in becoming more resilient. 
Last modified: 
September 14, 2020