Employee Assistance Program
Georgia’s Public Education Employee Assistance Program
Georgia’s Public Education Employee Assistance Program offers a wide variety of resources to help you when you’re facing issues that interfere with your health, well-being, and productivity at home or at work.
The Georgia Department of Education, in partnership with Kepro, provides the EAP for all public school Pre-K-12 teachers and K-12 public school employees who work at least 29 hours a week along with their household members and children up to age 16. The services provided by the EAP are confidential and at no cost to you, 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
Your EAP is Here for You
Your EAP provides access to experienced mental health professionals, attorneys, financial specialists, work-life experts, dependent care specialists, daily living services, and much more.
You get up to six counseling sessions per year at no cost to you. Professional counselors are a phone call away to help you discuss challenges such as:
Your EAP can be a great resource for personal life situations where you may need professional advice or help finding a reliable resource for needs such as:
Help Starts Here
Contact your EAP 24 hours a day, seven days a week, 365 days a year by phone or online.
Online: Visit www.EAPHelplink.com