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Faculty and Staff Assistance Program spotlights annual National Depression Awareness Month
The Syracuse University Faculty and Staff Assistance Program (FSAP) will be offering depression screening throughout October, Annual National Depression Awareness Month. The screenings, available to all faculty and staff, are designed to increase awareness about depression and of available resources.
A brief online depression screening is available on the FSAP website. A more comprehensive screening is available in person at the FSAP office, 111 Waverly Ave., Suite 215 (in the Health Services building). Those who participate in the comprehensive screening will be administered a free, confidential depression assessment and receive feedback about their scores by one of the FSAP professional counselors. The assessment and feedback process takes 30 minutes and information and resource materials will be available to participants.
To schedule a screening, or for more information, please contact FSAP at 443-1087 or visit the FSAP website.