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Supervisor Resource Sessions and Faculty and Staff Assistance Program Orientation Oct. 17
As part of the University’s ongoing effort to offer professional development opportunities, Carebridge will be on campus Tuesday, Oct. 17, to promote awareness about the benefits of the Syracuse University Faculty and Staff Assistance Program.
Carebridge Senior Vice President Mary Dougherty-Hunt will welcome faculty and staff on Oct. 17 for a variety of services and support that includes:
- Supervisor Resource Sessions, 9-10 a.m. and 2:30-3:30 p.m. in 500 Hall of Languages
This session will ensure supervisors are fully aware of the supervisor resources and tools available through Carebridge, as well as how to effectively communicate this benefit to their staff.
- General Orientation of the Faculty and Staff Assistance Program, 10:30-11:15 a.m. in 500 Hall of Languages
This presentation will provide an overview of the confidential resources and services provided through Carebridge that support the emotional well-being, work-life balance and personal resilience of eligible members of the campus community. No registration required.
- Meet and Greet, noon-12:45 p.m. at Goldstein Student Center (south campus), room 201ABC
Stop by for a casual conversation; bring your questions about the Faculty and Staff Assistance Program or pick up educational materials at the promotional table. No registration required.
Benefits-eligible members of the Syracuse University community are invited to attend one or more of these upcoming sessions to learn more about the integrated, accessible, confidential support services available through Carebridge.
The full suite of Carebridge’s comprehensive services including a broad network of independent, licensed counselors available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year, online and telephonic support in a variety of work-life areas, as well as online resources at myliferesource.com; (the University’s access code is: WY6CE) are available to all those eligible to participate in the University’s medical plan, including benefits-eligible faculty and staff, graduate assistants and retirees, as well as their dependents.
For your convenience, Carebridge will offer a similar day of programming, including supervisor resource sessions, general orientations and an opportunity for meet and greet on Oct. 17. For complete details visit http://wellness.syr.edu/blog/carebridge-onsite-visits/.