Personal & family services

We understand that life doesn’t stop when you leave work—caring for your family is your top priority, and we want to assist you in doing so. Learn more about the benefits to support you in balancing your life beyond the workplace.

Employee Assistance Program (EAP)

When life management issues arise, you don't have to go it alone. Adobe offers the Employee Assistance Program (EAP), at no cost to you and available 24/7, 365 days a year. It provides you and your dependents access to confidential, short-term professional counseling services. You’re eligible for up to six free sessions per life issue each calendar year. You also have access to a full range of tools and resources on a variety of topics to assist you in balancing your work and personal needs. Some examples include:

  • Improving relationships
  • Parenting
  • Couples support
  • Managing stress
  • Managing life changes
  • Surviving the loss of a loved one
  • Managing workplace pressure
  • Referrals to local financial or legal resources
  • Maintaining physical health
  • Resources and tools for Managers

New baby? Log on to the EAP website and order your Adobe baby bodysuit. (Username: AdobeGlobal; Password: Adobe)

To learn more about the EAP, visit the EAP website (Username: AdobeGlobal; Password: Adobe) The website is accessible in several languages and provides information on how to access services in your local country.

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Adoption Assistance

Adopting a child is an exciting and happy time. The adoption assistance program through Tri-Ad gives you a $5,000 reimbursement for eligible adoption expenses.

Eligible expenses include:

  • Adoption fees
  • Court costs and attorney's fees
  • Travel expenses

The benefit is available as soon as the adoption is final. Be sure to submit your claim for reimbursement at www.tri-ad.com (SSO) no later than May 31 of the following year. If you have any questions, contact Tri-Ad at 855-482-3623.

View the Adoption Assistance policy [PDF] for deadlines associated with submitting claims and the reimbursement process.

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