2019 health benefits information
Below are the current health benefits options for employees.
The Employee Assistance Program (EAP) can help you head off an issue before it becomes a problem. You can meet with someone in person or over the phone (call 866-529-8063), or visit the Achieve Solutions website for information on managing life events (such as marriage or the birth of a child) and on topics including depression, managing stress, and alcohol use and abuse. Read this welcome letter to learn more.
Your EAP resources include referral and counseling services for issues including
For more information, download this brochure from Beacon Health Options / Achieve Solutions, City Schools' EAP provider or call 1-866-529-8063. The EAP upholds strict confidentiality standards. No one will know you have accessed the program services unless you specifically grant permission or express a concern that presents the EAP with a legal obligation to release information.
Below is a list of most eligible dependents, with the documentation that must be provided to prove the relationship. Copies of documents are acceptable, as long as they are clearly legible.
Dependents can be enrolled during the annual open enrollment period in the fall. Dependents can also be added after a "life changing" event — for example, a marriage or birth or adoption of a child. In these cases, contact the benefits team in the Human Capital Office to learn how to update your coverage.
(* Dependent children can be covered up to the month that they turn 26 years of age.)