About ACI Specialty Benefits

Ann_6020_medAfter a successful tenure as a college professor, Dr. Ann Clark decided to follow her entrepreneurial drive and pursue a new career that combined her psychological expertise with her desire to help people. In the summer of 1983, Dr. Clark founded ACI Specialty Benefits—originally an employee assistance program under the name Ann Clark Associates—from the home office of her La Jolla, California condo.

Under Dr. Clark’s leadership, the company has evolved, expanded and adapted its services to meet the diverse and changing needs of today’s workforce. With an annual client retention rate of over 90% and record-breaking new sales each year, ACI now provides the full spectrum of specialty benefits services—EAP, wellness, lifestyle management, concierge, work/life and crisis support services—to over five million subscribers worldwide.

Consistently ranked in the nation’s Top Ten EAPs, ACI’s reputation for service and integrity contributes to its long-time client satisfaction. ACI’s diverse clientele ranges from small local businesses to large multi-site corporations, including Fortune 500 companies, governments and municipalities, educational institutions, hospitals, transportation and retail industries.

ACI looks forward to a long future of helping corporations build a workforce of healthy bodies and healthy minds by anticipating future trends, making market adjustments accordingly, and evolving with technology and ever-changing workforce needs.

ACI remains a privately-owned specialty benefits corporation—meaning its priorities lie with its customers, not shareholders—headquartered in San Diego.

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