New Employee Assistance Program (EAP) Provider
LifeWorks becomes TELUS Health
Moving forward, we are pleased to announce that LifeWorks will transition to be known as TELUS Health. TELUS Health is providing the district's Employee Assistance Program. Our Employee Assistance Program offers immediate support and referral to the most appropriate resource to help you and members of your household manage everyday life issues.
EAP professionals are available to assist you with:
- Everyday needs and life events
- Weight control
- Relationship concerns
- Coping with serious illness
- Loss of a loved one
- Eating disorders
- Smoking cessation
- and much more
Counseling services are available 24/7, even on holidays. Sessions can be in person, by video, via phone or through text.
Support Line — 1-800-433-7916
Mobile App — Search for Lifeworks
Website — Telus Health Username: olathe Password: eap
These services are free of charge and completely confidential even by Olathe Public Schools.
Life can get hectic. That's why your EAP offers Work-Life Services at no cost to you or members of your household. Work-Life Services offers extensive assistance, information and support to help you achieve a better balance between work, life and family to help make your life easier. You can access information or self-search to find resources and providers.
Here are just a few areas that Work-Life Services can assist you with:
- Housing options
- Moving and relocation
- Adoption, pregnancy and infertility
- Child care or elder care
- Services and education for children with special needs
- College planning
- Home care services such as lawn care and home repairs
- Quitting smoking
- Pet care
- Retirement planning
How to Access Work-Life Services:
Call 1-800-433-7916 or Telus Health
Mental Health Services
Employees of OPS have several avenues of mental health services available to you and your dependents. Please view the 2023 Olathe Public Schools Mental Health Services flyer for all the services available and how to access them.
Blue KC Community Support Tool
The Community Support Tool is a platform where members can search to find free or reduced-cost services in their area. However, it is not just restricted to "members". In a very similar way to our EAP, these resources are now available to all of our staff members in the district and their families.
Frequently Asked Questions
Who is eligible for EAP services?
Who will know if I call the EAP?
How do I log in?
What if I need help for an emergency?
Are the counselors professionals?
How much do EAP services cost?
What if I just need information?
Can the EAP help with financial issues?
What if I have a legal concern?