The Court will be transitioning our Employee Assistance Program (EAP) from Managed Health Networks (MHN) to Optum Health EAP, effective April 1, 2014.
Effective April 1, 2014, all full-time Court employees, Judicial Officers and their family members have access to a wide range of tools and resources that help balance work and family life, improve health and wellness, and enhance emotional well-being.
EAP's assist with every day situations, as well as more serious issues. So when the stresses of daily life add up, you'll be able to call your EAP for help or even log onto a members-only website. Common reasons to reach out to an EAP include:
- Managing stress
- Overcoming depression
- Coping with grief and loss
- Tackling alcohol and substance abuse
- Adressing family and relationship issues
- Solving legal problems and getting finances in order
- Achieving a better work-life balance
Summary of Benefits and Coverage (Federally Mandated SBC) – EAP 2014 Plan Year
All contact with Optum EAP is confidential and services are available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year for you and your eligible household members. Please note that providers that had been previously utilized under our prior carrier, Managed Health Networks (MHN) EAP, may not necessarily be contracted under MHN; therefore, please log onto www.liveandworkwell.com and enter company access code ohdemoeap to search for providers near you.
As soon as a new Optum EAP Brochure is ready, it will be attached to this page for easy reference. Benefits under MHN will cease at 12:01 a.m. on Tuesday, April 1, 2014, until that date and time, employees and members of thier household may continue to seek services under our existing contract of six free confidential visits per circumstance in a 12 month period. Please see the contact and link below for existing EAP Benefits until April 1, 2014.