Member Assistance Program (MAP)

Offering Real Help to BAC Members and Families

 

The Bricklayers and Allied Craftworkers’ Member Assistance Program (MAP) provides confidential telephone crisis intervention, referral and information services to BAC members in the U.S. and Canada.

About MAP

MAP provides members with a place to turn for help in coping with personal problems that interfere with job performance or home life. MAP services are offered at no cost to active and retired union members and their families. Members’ privacy is fully protected.

MAP FAQs

 

The Referral Process: How MAP Works

Active and retired union members and their families may call toll-free to speak confidentially to MAP’s licensed mental health professional, Dr. Karen Grear, at
1-888-880-8222.  Calls are generally accepted from 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. Eastern Time Monday through Friday. While many calls are answered immediately, if Dr. Grear is responding to another call, members are given the option to leave a confidential voicemail message for a return call.

With the member’s permission, Dr. Grear does the legwork on behalf of the member by contacting insurance representatives and locating community referrals uniquely tailored to an individual’s specific situation and needs. MAP also assists uninsured members to connect with services. Meet MAP’s Director, Dr. Karen Grear.

Under each of the general headings below, you’ll find information on any number of related topics:

620 F Street NW
Washington, DC 20004
Phone: 202.783.3788
Toll free: 1.888.880.8222
Email: askbac@bacweb.org

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