Employee Assistance

LifeWorks is now TELUS Health

The Fund’s Employee Assistance Program (EAP) partner, LifeWorks, recently changed names to TELUS Health.

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What is an Employee Assistance Program?

The Employee Assistance Program (EAP), through TELUS Health, is a consultative resource for Fund Participants and Dependents for mental and behavioral health, substance abuse, and other life stressors, such as financial wellbeing. It is a free-of-charge employee resource program to help you manage personal issues at work or at home. Whether you are facing challenges at work, looking for help with parenting, health, or your personal finances, or coping with a personal or family issue, you will find fast, expert help at TELUS Health.

The Fund covers up to three (3) free EAP visits per year through the TELUS Health Employee Assistance Program. After initial EAP visits, TELUS Health can refer you to local providers to continue your care under standard Fund coverage. There is no cost and EAP visits are completely confidential.

TELUS Health consultants are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year.


How do I access the TELUS Health website?

Go to the TELUS Health website

Click on Login.

Username: decatur

Password: fund


Where Can I Get More Information?

Call Tellus

 Toll-Free Phone


En Español



Download Information

TELUS Health Overview


TELUS Health Service Overview

TELUS Health How to Use the Employee Assistance Program


What Kind of Assistance Does TELUS Health Offer?


  • Stress and overload
  • Staying strong as a couple
  • Depression
  • Addiction and recovery
  • Finding a therapist
  • Midlife issues
  • Divorce and separation
  • Legal issues
  • Grief and loss
  • Finding time for you


  • Healthy eating and exercise
  • Managing stress
  • Getting the sleep you need
  • Quitting tobacco
  • Heart health
  • Aging well
  • Navigating the health care system
  • Safety


  • Caring for older relatives
  • Planning for a new baby
  • Adoption
  • Parenting
  • Finding child care
  • Raising a child with special needs
  • Teenagers
  • Single parenting
  • Stepfamilies
  • Planning and paying for college


Time management
Career development
Navigating change
Getting along with co-workers
Retirement planning
Education and training
Being an effective manager


Making ends meet
Dealing with debt
Saving and investing
Basic tax planning
Buying or renting a home
Estate planning and wills