• Benefits

    DPS is committed to providing you and your eligible dependents with high-quality, affordable benefit selections to support your health and well-being. The benefits program is overseen by the Benefits Board which is comprised of representatives from all employee associations (unions). The Benefits Board regularly reviews and approves changes to our benefits program, and evaluates the program to ensure we are providing you with competitive benefits in a cost-effective manner.

    Learn more about DPS Benefits:

    -Enrollment Guide

    -Enrolling in Benefits

    -Medical, Dental and Vision Benefits

    -Supplemental Insurance

    -Health Savings Account (HSA) & Flexible Savings Account (FSA)

    -Nearing Retirement

    -Saving for Retirement

    -Employee Leave

    -Other Benefits and Resources

    -Benefits Frequently Asked Questions

    How do I read my pay stub? How are my benefits being deducted?

    For instructions on how to read your pay stub, click here.

    How do I enroll in and access/use my benefits?

    To learn more about enrolling in benefits, click here.

    Once enrolled, click here to learn how to access and use your insurance.

    What benefits am I currently enrolled in?

    To view your current benefits selections, click here to log-in and view your Confirmation Statement (bottom of the page, under Benefits).

    Need to contact a benefits provider directly?

    Benefits Provider Contact Information

    Were you affected by the recent events in El Paso, TX or Dayton, OH?

    A crisis or traumatic event can trigger overwhelming emotional responses.  People are affected in their hearts and minds which can undermine healthy communities and social relationships at home and at work.

    Crisis Support Line now open:

    • While the Employee Assistance Program (EAP) help line is open for eligible employees, LifeWorks by Morneau Shepell has also opened up a Crisis Support Line for anyone in the community in need of emotional support in relation to these events. 
    • The Crisis Support Line is open 24/7 and can be reached at: 1-866-885-6540.  By calling, individuals will receive professional emotional support and/or referral to community resources. This resource is available to anyone and everyone, client or not.