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Employee Assistance Program Teacher and Staff Q&A

September 13

Duration: 1 hour

Intended Audience: Blended Teachers, Counseling Staff, District Leaders, Early Learning Teachers (Birth-5 yrs), Elementary Teachers, ESOL Teachers, GaDOE Staff ALL, Gifted and Talented Teachers, High School Teachers, Instructional Coaches/Coordinators, Librarians/Media Specialists, Mental Health and Wellbeing Specialists, Middle School Teachers, Online Teachers, Paraprofessionals, Pupil Transportation Staff, School Leaders, School Nurses, Social Workers, Special Education Teachers, Special Student Services Staff, Teacher Leaders

Georgia’s Public Education Employee Assistance Program: Teacher and Staff Q&A

The Georgia Department of Education has launched a statewide Employee Assistance Program (EAP) for all full-time, public-school teachers and staff in Georgia, along with Pre-K teachers. A partnership with Kepro, the EAP is designed to support the mental health and wellness of teachers and staff and allows free, confidential, and supportive access to mental health counseling, financial and legal resources, work/life referral services, and more. To learn more about resources available through the EAP, join us for a Q&A webinar with Kepro, GaDOE, and Georgia Teacher of the Year Michael Kobito.

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Primary Contact: Meghan Frick - mfrick@doe.k12.ga.us

Secondary Contact: Tiffany Taylor - titaylor@doe.k12.ga.us

DOE Office: Superintendent's Office

Topics: Mental Health and Wellbeing, Policy/Legal, Staff Wellness

Event Type: Event - Multiday

Sessions:

Sep 13, 2022
4:00 pm - 5:00 pm
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