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We are very pleased to announce that we have a new Employee Assistance Program called Educators’ EAP. The program services are available to all district employees and your immediate family members.

Educators’ EAP is a free and confidential program to help you resolve personal difficulties that may be affecting the quality of your life or job performance. Personal concerns with marriage, family, substance abuse, emotional stress, legal, financial or other issues can be minimized with professional assistance. Educator’s EAP also provides help with everyday issues too, such as stress, childcare, eldercare, pet problems, home buying, and college tuition.

To access the program simply call the toll-free number 1-800-252-4555 or 1-800-225-2527. A counselor will answer your call and work with you to develop an action plan to address your problem. If required, an appointment will be established for you with a Counselor in your area or in another area if you prefer.

Or visit the EAP online at to learn more about the many benefits and services available to you and your family. Here you will find thousands of problem solving resources such as self-help tools and informative articles & videos addressing virtually every problem you might face. Some of the resources available online are financial & legal information, Lifestyle & Wellness Benefits and Personal Development Training. Please create an account in order to view the benefits available to you. You may register for free account here.

Your confidentiality is always assured except as prescribed by State and Federal Laws involving child abuse or impending workplace violence. No information is given to your employer regarding your use of the program unless you sign a release of information authorizing this.

There is no cost to you for using the program. Members receive unlimited and free counseling via telephone. We have also paid for initial face to face counseling sessions if needed. If you are referred for on-going treatment, be sure you understand the fees involved and the coverage provided by your insurance plan.

If you are experiencing personal difficulties you can’t seem to resolve, we recommend and encourage you to take advantage of this valuable program. If you have questions about the program or the services available to you call 1-800-252-4555 or 1-800-225-2527.