Employee Assistance Program

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Ozaukee County provides an Employee Assistance Program (EAP) as an employee benefit. The EAP offers a wide range of confidential personalized support for navigating life's changes and challenges.  The EAP can help you address:

Ozaukee County EAP Introduction Overview Recording

EAP Overview

How to Use the EAP

Download the EAP App

10 Ways the EAP Can Help

2024 TELUS Health Bi-Weekly Wellbeing Webinars

All Wellbeing Webinars are held on the second and fourth Friday's of the month from 1:00pm-1:30pm.  You can register for a Wellness Webinar by clicking on the link above. These webinars are also recorded and are available for you to view at your convenience. 

Professional counselors are available at all times to provide assistance to you and your immediate family members for a wide range of issues, including:

  • Family or Job Concerns
  • Legal and Financial Worries
  • Parenting and Child Care Concerns
  • Alcohol or Drug Abuse Questions or Problems
  • Emotional or Stress Related Issues
  • Other Personal Problems

Services are available at no cost to you and include:

  • 24/7 access to professional, caring consultants for advice and support.
  • Up to 5 EAP short-term counseling sessions - by phone or video at no cost to you.
  • Access to easy-to-use online resources for life, family, health, money, work and more.
  • Legal resources including a free 30-minute consultation with an attorney and discounted legal services.
  • Financial consultations to help address money matters and improve your financial well--being.

Reach out anytime 24/7 in a way that works best for you:

By phone:  1-888-319-7819

Online:  one.telushealth,com (Username, metlifeeap, Password:  eap). 
 Additional Topics are listed below:

Coping with Loss

Stress Management

Legal Resources

Financial Services

Counseling Services

2024 Walletcard 

Privacy is strictly protected within legal limits. Information about your contact with the EAP cannot and will not be
released without your prior consent except in cases of imminent threat of harm, or when abuse of a child or
vulnerable adult may be occurring.  Ozaukee County does NOT have access to EAP records.

For more information about your EAP, contact the Human Resources Department by phone at 262-284-8323.