For Help: 800-422-7232, ext. 4004 or Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The SCEA's member advocacy program was established to assist members with work related concerns. Typical issues for which we provide assistance are:
When to Call Us and How to Reach Us
Members should call at the first sign of trouble. Your call to us is confidential. You must be a member of The SCEA to receive services.
Call 800-422-7232, ext 4004.
In the Columbia area, call 803-772-6553, ext 4004
Email email@example.com. If you do not have a personal/home email address, we encourage you to go to one of the free sites (Yahoo, Gmail, Hotmail, AOL) and get one. It is best to use a personal email address when communicating with us about work concerns.
Your phone call will be returned as soon as possible.
- If you are using a cell phone, check your voice mail box to make sure it works and is not full.
- Do not send text messages. Our phone is a land phone.
The SCEA is here for you. Call us and let us help you become more knowledgeable about your rights and learn how to address workplace conflict.To arrange for a presentation or workshop in your area, send an e-mail to Janet Stein. If you are a member of The SCEA, you may request a copy of our Rights Handbook
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The SCEA staff who maintain www.thescea.org strive to provide accurate and relevant information, based on their knowledge, training and experience. No employee of The SCEA is an attorney and no information or advice provided by any employee of The SCEA is presented as "legal advice". Furthermore, members should not allow information received from The SCEA to influence any decision to seek legal advice. Members of The SCEA have access to legal services as a benefit of membership, for employment matters.
School employees who are upset, worried, or angry may do the wrong thing.