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Employee Assistance Programs
Help is only a phone call away!

Dougherty County School System is dedicated to providing you and your family with valuable resources

EAP’s are designed to assist employees with various issues going on in their life and are provided at no cost. Services included:

  • Family: Divorce, Elder Care, Returning to work after having a baby

  • Work: Job relocation, building relationships with co-workers and managers

  • Money: Budgeting, financial guidance, retirement planning, buying or selling a home, tax issues

  • Legal Services: Issues relation to civil, personal and family law, financial matters, real estate and estate planning

  • Identity Theft Recovery: ID theft prevention tips and help from a financial counselor if you are victimized

  • Health: Coping with anxiety or depression, getting the proper amount of sleep, how to kick a bad habit like smoking

  • Everyday Life: Moving and adjustment to a new community, grieving over the loss of a loved one, military family matters, training a new pet

Mutual of Omaha EAP Info:

  • Group Number: G000581A

  • Eligibility: All employees, their eligible household members and unmarried children up to age 26

  • Coverage through Mutual of Omaha

  • Provides support, resources, and information for personal and work-life challenges

  • Receive sixteen face-to-face sessions with a counselor per household per calendar year

  • CALL 1.800.316.2796 or visit 888.319.7819 24/7/365 or visit mutualofomaha.com/eap

We're Here to Help

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

  • Healthy lifestyles

  • Work and life transitions

EAP Benefits

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

  • Information and referral services

  • Service for employees and eligible dependents

  • Robust network of licensed mental health professionals

  • Legal assistance and financial resources

  • Online will preparation

  • Legal library and online forms

  • Financial tools & resources

  • Resources for: Substance use and other addictions and Dependent and Elder Care resources

  • Access to a library of educational articles, handouts, and resources via mutualofomaha.com/eap

GA DOE EAP Info:

  • Eligibility: All full-time employees working 29+ hours/week, their eligible household members and children up to age 26

  • Includes 6 counseling sessions at no cost to you

  • Call 1.866.279.5177

  • Code: GADOE

  • www.EAPHelplink.com

Counseling and Support

Our counselors can help you with:

  • Stress, depression, anxiety problems

  • Relationship issues

  • Job stress, work, conflicts

  • Family and parenting problems

  • Anger, grief loss

  • Substance abuse

Work/Life Services

Ask our work/life consultants about:

  • Childcare and parenting

  • Elder care

  • Event and travel planning

  • Home repairs

  • Moving or relocation services

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