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EAP Update – May 2024

Dear Mainline and Rouge Cabin Crew,

Welcome to the May edition of our CC-PAP bulletin! Here is a glimpse of what is inside!

New Campaign: “BEE-Kind”
We’re thrilled to announce the launch of our brand new campaign, BEE-Kind! This campaign emphasizes the importance of kindness, empathy, and support within our cabin crew community. Stay tuned for exciting activities and initiatives as we spread kindness throughout our organization.

Contact Information
Find important contacts at your fingertips! Whether you need assistance, guidance, or just want to connect, our updated contacts list ensures you have the right person to reach out to.

Mindfulness Moment: GRATITUDE
Take a moment to pause, breathe, and center yourself with our mindfulness moment. In the hustle and bustle of our busy lives, it’s essential to nurture our mental well-being. Look out for tips, exercises, and resources to incorporate mindfulness into your daily routine.

Virtual Meetings
Join us for engaging virtual meetings designed to foster connection, collaboration, and learning. Check out the schedule and mark your calendars for sessions covering various topics relevant to our cabin crew community.

Much More
Explore additional features, updates, and resources tailored to meet your needs and enhance your experience as part of our cabin crew family.

We hope you enjoy this edition of the CC-PAP Bulletin and find it informative and valuable.

Remember, your well-being and support are our top priorities, and we’re here for you every step of the way.
Click here to view our EAP Update for May 2024


Stay safe, stay connected, and always remember to:
BEE – Kind


Warm regards,

Your Cabin Crew – Peer Assistance Team

Homewood Health Resources Are In Place

In these unprecedented times, it is natural to feel overwhelmed, anxious, or uncertain about the world around us.  The ongoing challenges we face can often make it seem like everything is turned upside down.  However, we want you to know that you are not alone in navigating these difficulties.

The EAP – Peer Assistance Program, in collaboration with Homewood Health, is here to support you.  Our dedicated team of peer assistants understands the unique struggles you may be facing and is committed to providing you with the necessary resources and assistance to help you through these challenging times.

We want to emphasize that our programs are a safe and unbiased place for you to seek support.  Our sole purpose is to assist you in finding the resources you need to cope with any personal or professional challenges you may be experiencing.

Whether you are dealing with stress, anxiety, relationship issues, financial concerns, or any other difficulties, our team is here to refer you to the appropriate resources.  We have a wide range of services available, including counselling, therapy, workshops, and educational materials, all designed to help you navigate through these uncertain times.

Remember, reaching out for support is a sign of strength, and we encourage you to take advantage of the EAP-Peer Assistance Program.  Your well-being is our priority, and we are here to provide you with the guidance and support you need.

To access our services, please contact us by phone (see the numbers listed below), or by email at All conversations and interactions with our team are strictly confidential, ensuring your privacy and peace of mind.

You can also directly call Homewood Health and speak with someone right away.

We understand that the world may feel upside down at the moment, but together, we can find stability and support.

Stay strong, stay connected, and remember that we are here for you!

In solidarity,

Your Peer Assistance Team


Vanessa Beaudoin-Grégoire
EAP – Peer Assistance Program
National Chair

Office:  514-422-2041
Cell:  514-862-2041

Office:  905-676-2088
Cell:  647-802-0895

Cell:  403-472-6868

Office:  604-270-5703
Cell:  778-991-4112