24 hour confidential Your Life’s Journey – made easier for you! Available for all Hilliard City School District Employees
Everyday help for everyday life
You and your household members have access to a wealth of employee assistance and work/life
resources, provided by your employer. Haven’t heard of us before? Here’s what we’re all about.
Sometimes we all need a little help handling our problems. Life’s obstacles can get to us — affecting our
personal happiness, relationships, job performance and health. We provide a range of confidential,
professional services to help you resolve problems that can affect your personal and work life. In fact,
we deal with just about any concern that may impact your quality of life and well-being.
What we do for you
Services include, but are not limited to, assistance with the following:
• Life improvement issues
• Difficulties in relationships
• Stress and anxiety issues with work or family
• Personal achievement
• Emotional well-being
• Financial planning and debt management
• Legal consultation and referral to discounted services
• Alcohol and drug abuse
And that’s not all. Just need to talk? Call us now.
Overcoming life’s little surprises
We’ve all experienced those times in our lives when personal problems have threatened to disrupt our
daily routine. Whether it’s a marital problem, a troubled teen or finding a legal provider, talking about
the issue with one of our specialists can be very helpful. The earlier you seek help, the better your
chances for reducing disruption in your life. There is no question or issue too small.
We’re here for you — 24/7
Our phones are staffed 24 hours a day, 365 days a year so you can access our services whenever the
need arises. Life doesn’t operate on a strictly 9-5 basis, so neither do we.
Help for your loved ones
You, your household members and children up to age 26 are eligible for services. Household members
generally include dependents and family members who are living with you.It’s free to call
Our services are paid for by your employer. If you accept a referral to services that are not part of our
own resources, you may be responsible for the cost of those services.