parents and parents-to-be

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Becoming a parent or being a parent can be one of the most rewarding life events you’ll ever encounter. With it may come questions about taking time off, bonding benefits, child care programs, lactation support and resources for adjusting to new family relationships or everyday parenting concerns. Here, you’ll find information about parent-related resources, plans and programs that may be available to you through Chevron.

resources for you and your family

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bonding benefit

The Bonding benefit provides paid time off for mothers and fathers to bond with their new child. You should review benefit eligibility criteria and guidelines in advance of when you plan to use bonding.

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Rethink offers resources to help families raising children with learning, social and behavioral challenges, or developmental disabilities.

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Bright Horizons Family Supports can help you find nannies and sitters through a free, premium SitterCity account, plus discount online tutoring and test prep, full-time child care and more. When registering, input your Chevron HR GUID in the Employee ID field.

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time off for family

Explore time off options for maternity, bonding, illness, medical appointments and more.

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ABA therapy

If your child is enrolled in a Chevron medical plan, you have access to Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) therapy through your Chevron mental health coverage.

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report a life change

If you have a new child, a dependent who is turning age 26, or experienced some other qualifying life event change, you have 31 days to make changes to your Chevron benefit elections.