Member Assistance Program

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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.

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.

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Coronavirus (COVID-19) Mental Health and Substance Abuse Resources

The emotional and behavioral impact of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic for IUBAC members and their families, cannot be understated. Accordingly, we strongly encourage you to actively care for your mental health needs during this distressing time.

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Anti-Opioid-Abuse Campaign

Opioid abuse has found its way into the construction industry, and BAC members are at a disproportionately high risk for developing an opioid dependence. MAP is committed to combating the devastating consequences of this epidemic through our Anti-Opioid-Abuse Campaign. 

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How MAP Works

Active and retired union members and their families may call toll-free to speak confidentially to MAP’s licensed mental health professionals at 1-833-MAP TALK (1-833-627-8255). Calls are generally accepted from 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. Eastern Time Monday through Friday. While many calls are answered immediately, if clinical staff members are responding to another call, you are given the option to leave a confidential voicemail message for a return call.

With the member’s permission, clinical staff members do 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.


Similar to an Employee Assistance Program (EAP), MAP provides help to resolve the challenges and anguish that arise from a variety of concerns. Such issues may include: stress, depression, addiction, domestic violence, workplace harassment/violence, retirement concerns, cost of prescriptions, financial crisis, joblessness, homelessness, interpersonal relations, trauma and grief, terrorism and natural disasters, suicide prevention, employment-related drug testing, and DWI/DUI or substance-related legal problems. 

Anti-Opioid Campaign

We believe in the power of prevention, education, and intervention to increase members' awareness of the dangers of opioid abuse, to reduce stigma, and to save lives.




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Mental Health

Depression, anxiety, and chronic stress are just a few of the many mental health concerns that afflict our members. We can help you address feelings of low energy, low self-esteem, worthlessness, lack of interest, poor concentration, helplessness and hopelessness, suicidality and more. 

Alzheimer's Disease Prevention

Anger Management

Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD, ADD) 


Eating Disorders

Generalized Anxiety Disorders

Obsessive-Compulsive Disorders

Panic Disorder

Substance Abuse/Addiction

MAP helps members with substance abuse and addiction problems of all varieties, by tailoring treatment recommendations and coordinating care that meets each individual's specific needs. 


Alcohol Abuse

Tobacco Addiction


Family Issues

Changes in the family situation and different stages of life can contribute to relational conflict. MAP can assist with intervention in order to promote resolution and restore peace within the home.

Caregiving Challenges

Children and Behavioral Problems

Domestic Violence

Coping Skills and Strategies

MAP can assist with providing members psychoeducation around various coping skills and implementing strategies for improving their overall quality of life. 

Financial Crisis

Retirement Concerns

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Coping with Trauma

When to Get Help

Meet the MAP Team

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Meet the MAP Team

MAP is staffed with licensed mental health professionals who are here to help. Our team is uniquely experienced in working with the challenges that commonly impact our members; and we are deeply invested in helping to achieve favorable outcomes for you and your families. As such, you can expect a personalized, safe, warm and rewarding experience while working with MAP. 

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Contact MAP

MAP generally is open from 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. EST, Monday through Friday. Members call the toll-free number 1-833-MAP TALK (1-833-880-8255), and then just ask for MAP. If the live operator is unavailable, members can press “O” to leave a private, confidential message for a return phone call from the MAP professional. Messages received after 8 p.m. EST and on weekends are generally returned the next business day. While the MAP professional answers many calls immediately, it may be necessary to leave a message if the MAP professional is currently assisting another member. Every effort will be made to return your call promptly. Please be sure to leave your phone number including area code.


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