EAP Work/Life Counseling
At some point in our lives, each of needs a little extra help. Our work/life counselors are ready to support you and your family right now. As part of your benefits, we provide free, confidential help through our Employee Assistance Program so you can get the support you need, when you need it.
New EAP provider offers enhanced programs
On July 1, Deer Oaks became our new EAP provider. Contact Deer Oaks to get connected with services you are currently receiving through LifeMatters. To support you during this transition, you have access to six free and confidential counseling sessions, even if you redeemed them earlier this year. LifeMatters informed current users of this change in June.
- Six counseling sessions. You and your family can receive six free counseling sessions per person, per year, per topic. If you previously redeemed these counseling sessions through LifeMatters, your session count starts over fresh with Deer Oaks.
- Personal coaching. Meet with a life coach six times a year to develop a plan to achieve your personal or professional goals.
- Free weekly well-being webinars. Attend weekly webinars to support your health, well-being, work, and life. Check out upcoming webinars.
- Specialists to support law enforcement and first responders. A team of specialists can assist you with the unique challenges and situations you may encounter based on your role.
- Researching services for you. Get help find open child care providers, pet sitters, tutors, moving services, repair services, and more.
- Get legal and financial assistance. Receive free consultations with attorneys or financial counselors. You can also access a library of legal forms and financial tools, as well as tips to help you.
Get in touch now
Access our work/life counselors anytime by calling 651-259-3840 or 1-800-657-3719 or by visiting the online resource library with username and password stmn1.
Counselors are ready to talk with you and develop a plan to support you. You can also get connected to resources in your community, get referrals, and recommendations to other services.
Services are confidential
All interactions are confidential and will not be shared with anyone (including your workplace or supervisor) without your written consent. However, counselors are required by law to notify authorities if they have serious concerns regarding someone’s safety. Anyone may use EAP anonymously. Read more about confidentially under Resources on the right of this page.