Employee Assistance Program (EAP)

The Professional Counseling Division’s Employee Assistance Program (EAP) is an integral part of the Chicago Police Department, committed to providing a range of free and confidential support services. These services are available to all active and retired department members, as well as their families. Our goal is to assist our personnel in managing the complex demands of police work and its impact on both their family and professional lives. Welcome to the EAP; we are dedicated to the holistic well-being of our department’s members.

EAP Mission Statement

The Employee Assistance Program is a free, confidential counseling service provided to all Chicago Police Department members, retirees and their families. Since our employees are our most important asset, the EAP is committed to our members’ mental, physical, emotional, spiritual and financial health with the goal of providing the City of Chicago with the best police department possible.

Wellness Vision

Envision a Chicago Police Department where members not only excel in their roles but also positively influence their families and the community at large.


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Our Support Members

Clinical Therapists

  • Dr. Robert Sobo (Director)
  • Kathleen O’Neill (Assistant Director)
  • Denis Adams (Clinical Supervisor)
  • Beckie Fischer (Clinical Supervisor)
  • Lucero Rodriguez (Clinical Supervisor)
  • Erika Berg
  • Lisa Brown-Mullings
  • Maria Carmen Gonzalez-DJangi
  • Chanel Gray
  • Dax Jemison
  • Erin Kelly
  • Lisa Martirena
  • Lorena Ornelas
  • Jessica Parks
  • Benjamin Stover
  • Agnes Svinkunas
  • Robert Yata

Alcohol and Substance Abuse Counselors and Support Staff

  • Officer Joseph Antico
  • Officer Ann Jaros
  • Officer Jeremy Lowe
  • Officer Alejandro Mendoza
  • Officer Brendan Shields

Police Chaplains

  • Fr. Daniel Brandt (Director)
  • Chaplain Joseph Jackson
  • Chaplain Kimberly Lewis-Davis
  • Chaplain Robert Montelongo
  • Chaplain Hysni Selenica
  • Rabbi Moshe Wolf

Cordico Wellness App

Download the app at the links below.

Peer Support

Available around the clock. For immediate assistance, contact the Program Manager at 312-742-0226. Check out our posters in each district/unit to identify Peer Support members.

To contact Peer Support, call Program Manager at (312) 672-9973. Posters are also located in each district/unit identifying Peer Support members.

Location & Contact

To preserve your privacy, please contact us below.

📞 For appointments or 24/7 emergency assistance: (312) 743-0378

📠 Pax: 0578, 0579, or 0580

Your well-being is our priority. Reach out; you are never alone.