Employee Assistance Program
EAP strives to offer inclusive support to all employees at Colorado State University. The on-site EAP Coordinator offers assessment and referrals, management consultation, outreach to employees who may be struggling, and departmental support after impactful events or loss within a community. Please contact our Employee Assistance Coordinator for help or more information:
Jan Pierce, MS, LPC 970-491-3437, firstname.lastname@example.org.
ComPsych GuidanceResources® (3rd Party Confidential Support for CSU Employees)
800-497-9133, TDD: 800-697-0353
Counseling, legal advice, financial planning and work-life balance support.
ComPsych provides no-cost, confidential assistance to help address the personal issues faced by employees (faculty, staff, non-student hourly, graduate assistants) and members of their household. Staffed by experienced clinicians, 24 hours a day, seven days a week, ComPsych will refer employees to a local, licensed psychotherapist, answer legal or financial questions, or refer you to experts in the community.
GuidanceResources® Online is your one-stop shop for expert information on the issues that matter most to you…relationships, work, school, children, wellness, legal, financial, free time and more. Use the term CSUEAP to create an account.
Connects and refers employees to both on campus and community resources that provide health and social services through a comprehensive resources directory and hands-on guidance. Please contact the CARE coordinator for more information:
Emma Chavez @ Palmer Center (970) 658-6158, or 316 General Services Building (970) 491-4839, or by e-mail at email@example.com.
- Crisis Support ~If you or someone you know is having thoughts of harming self or others
- Summit Stone (24/7 phone calls & Walk-ins from 8am-12am)
- 1217 Riverside Ave
Fort Collins, CO 80524
Summit Stone Crisis Website
- Community Mental Health Support
- Connections (9-5 phone/9-4 walk-in)
425 W. Mulberry St. Ste 101
Fort Collins, CO 80521
Connections-Adult Services Website
- Connections (9-5 phone/9-4 walk-in)
More detail on EAP/Compsych benefits and services:
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Confidential Mental Health Counseling
CSU employees, graduate assistants and household members are offered six free sessions per person, per issue, per calendar year. Employees will be referred by a ComPsych representative to a licensed clinician in the community whose experience best matches their presenting concern, such as:
- Relationship conflicts
- Problems with children
- Substance abuse
- Stress, anxiety or depression, grief, and loss
- Job pressures
Financial Information, Resources and Tools
Financial issues can arise at any time, from dealing with debt to saving for college or retirement. Call Compsych (8-5pm) @ 800-497-9133. Various tools and resources are available to address financial concerns such as:
- Getting out of debt
- Retirement planning
- Credit card or loan problems
- Saving for college
- Tax questions
- Estate planning
Legal Information and Resources
When a legal issue arises, attorneys are available to provide confidential telephone support (8-5pm) @ 800-497-9133. If employees require representation, they can be referred to a qualified attorney in the community for a free 30 minute consultation and a 25% reduction in customary legal fees thereafter. Legal issues may include:
- Divorce and family law
- Debt obligations / bankruptcy
- Landlord and tenant issues
- Real estate transactions
ComPsych’s Work-Life specialists will do the research for you, providing qualified referral and customized resources for issues such as:
- Child and elder care
- Moving and relocation
- Making major purchases
- College planning
- Pet care
- Home repair
- Planning a vacation