Due to unforeseen circumstances EAP is unable to accommodate in-person appointments at our 937 W. Jefferson St. location at this time.
To schedule an appointment, please call (850) 644-2288 and leave a clear, detailed message with your name and phone number and we will call you back as soon as possible. Appointments can be scheduled over Zoom or at an alternate location for in-person.
If you are experiencing an emergency, please contact (850) 644-1234 for FSUPD.
Call 988 for the 24/7 Suicide and Crisis Lifeline or 211 for 24/7 211 Big Bend Social Support Hotline.
The EAP is a free, confidential program providing a professional support system for the faculty and staff of the university.
Since its inception in 1995, the EAP has assisted thousands of employees through professional, personal and family issues.
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Brief Intervention and Short-Term Counseling
Our professional staff provides short-term counseling services, referrals, and follow-up to help employees address issues such as: job stress, relationship issues, communication issues, anxiety, depression, substance abuse, grief and loss, etc.
Consultation with supervisors seeking to manage and assist employees with workplace and/or personal concerns, enhance the work environment, and improve employee job performance.
The EAP, working both independently and in collaboration with Human Resources Training, offers topic-specific training to individuals and departments throughout campus.
A free and confidential program to help you resolve disputes.
FSU has partnered with Debt Management Credit Counseling Corporation (DMCC) to assist those in the FSU community who may be struggling with debt or wanting to increase their credit rating.
Emergency Loan Fund (ELF)
The EAP administers FSU’s Emergency Loan Fund (ELF) which was established to aid employees facing unexpected financial emergencies.
Offering brief and positive life management articles!
A monthly magazine designed to assist managers and supervisors with employee related issues.
The EAP is committed to providing services that are inclusive, welcoming, and equitable for all. Understanding diverse perspectives allows us to develop better overall solutions to the problems we face. The EAP has a continuous resolve to learn, identify and dismantle barriers, systems or actions that could exclude anyone from obtaining the highest quality care and support from our program.