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What is an Employee Assistance Program?

Personal issues, planning for life events or simply managing daily life can affect your work, health and family. The program is company-sponsored, confidential and provided at no charge to you and your dependents.

Contact Metlife 1 (888) 319-7819

Group Number: 216418

Contact Mutual of Omaha 1 (800) 316-2796

Contact Campus Benefits for assistance with claims.


Call 1-866-433-7661, option 5

Mutual of Omaha EAP benefits

Mutual of Omaha's EAP assists employees and their eligible dependents with personal or job related concerns, including:

  • Emotional well-being

  • Family and relationships

  • Legal and financial matters

    • Online will preparation

    • Legal library and online forms

    • financial tools and resources

  • Healthy lifestyles

  • Work and life transitions

  • Access to EAP professionals 24 hours a day, 7 days a week

  • Information and referral services

  • Robust network of licensed mental health professionals

  • 6 face-to-face sessions with a counselor

    • per household per year

  • Resources for:

    • Substance abuse and other addictions

    • Dependent and Elder Care

    • Library of educational articles and handouts


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MetLife EAP benefits

The programs experienced counselors provided through LifeWorks - one of the nation's premier providers of Employee Assistance Program services - can talk to you about anything going on in your life, including;

  • Family and relationships

  • Work and life transitions

  • Finances

  • Legal Services

  • Identity theft recover

  • Healthy lifestyle

  • Emotional well-being

  • 10 phone or video consultations with licensed counselors

    • per household per year


    • Username: metlifeeap

    • Password: eap

What is Georgia's Public Education Employee Assistance Program?

Georgia’s Public Education Employee Assistance Program is a partnership between Kepro and the Georgia Department of Education, and will be provided at no cost to districts, schools, or employees. This program is designed to support the mental health and wellness of teachers and staff. Eligible employees will have access to mental health counseling, financial and legal resources, and work/life referral services through the EAP.

Plan Rules

  • Eligibility: 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

  • Services provided are confidential and at no cost to you

  • Available 24 hours a day, seven days a week

Types of Services Offered

  • Parenting Tips 

  • Planning for the Future

  • Mental Health

  • Physical and Mental Wellness 

  • Career Advice

  • Personal Growth help

  • Financial Planning


Helpful Resources

To access the Employee Assistance Program member website, click the link below and enter the Company Code: GADOE

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