Rocky Mountain Research

EAP, Work/Life & Wellness Consulting Services

Welcome to RMR

Rocky Mountain Research (RMR) is a highly specialized Consulting Practice that specifically focuses on EAP, Work/Life and Wellness Benefit Delivery Models. It offers a variety of services  to academics, corporate directors, external vendors and professional associations aimed at evaluating, developing and implementing delivery service models regarding these three fields. The difference in RMR’s approach is that it’s services have evolved from over 30 years of research on this topic.  In addition, there is a strong emphasis on attention to both policy issues and the matching a particular institution’s corporate culture to the implementation of benefit services.

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Presentations on current trends in the EAP, Work/Life and Wellness fields.

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Latest Report
Bridging Public Health with Workplace
Behavioral Health Services

Despite significant investment in behavioral health services by work organizations, the evidence-base supporting such services is lacking. This paper proposes a new framework to promote and organize such research for the U.S. and around the world.

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University of Maryland School of Social Work.
EAP Archive and  Financial Contributors
Explore issues related to Military Sexual Trauma (MST) with these current articles, research papers and resources.  Learn more
Rape and Sexual Assault : A Renewed Call to Action. The White house Council on Women and Girls.  View Report
EASNA Research Notes addressing topics of current interest in the behavioral healthcare field. LEARN MORE
NORC at University of Chicago: Adolescent SBIRT Learning Collaborative. Learn more
 

Upcoming Events

 

Organizational Transformation
Westin New Orleans -  New Orleans, LA
March 8 - 9, 2016
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Healthy and Well At Work

Montreal, Ontario, Canada

April 27-29, 2016


2016 WFRN Conference
Capitol Hilton in Washington, D.C.
June 23-25, 2016
 

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