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Employee Assistance Program - ComPsych

This Employee Assistance Program (EAP) offers services for personal issues, planning for life events or simply managing day-to-day tasks that may affect your work life, health and family. ComPsych GuideanceResources provides confidential services at no cost to you as a FSU employee and your immediate family.

Benefits of Using EAP
  • It costs employees nothing
  • It's easy to access
  • It's confidential
  • It's available to employees and their families
  • It provides practical solutions and referrals
Services Provided by ComPsych
  • Confidential Counseling - Highly trained Master's and Doctoral level Clinicians who will listen to your concerns and refer you for in-person one-on-one counseling.
  • Financial Information and Resources - Phone consultation with a Certified Public Accountant and Financial Planners.
  • Legal Support and Resources - Consultation with an attorney.  Refers to local attorneys for a free 30-minute session and 25% reduction in legal fees.  
  • Work-Life Solutions - The specialist will do the research for you and recommend qualified referrals to meet your needs in Child/Elder care, Relocation, College planning, Pet care.
  • GuidanceResources Online - One stop for expert information on a variety of services. Tutorials, streaming videos and self-assessmentss are available.
On-Campus Contact

Kimberly Weston Moore
HR Consultant- Employee Relations Manager
Barber Building, Lower Level
(910) 672-1455

In Case of Emergency

Please call 911 in case of an emergency.  If you  are not sure what to do in a non-medical emergency or need assistance, call ComPsych at (866) 465.8933.  This number is exclusive for FSU.

Management Referrals

The Management Referral provides supervisors and managers a mechanism for addressing unsatisfactory job performance or unacceptable personal conduct.  Such referrals may be mandatory. Before a management referral and/or a fitness-for-duty/risk evaluation, management must first consult the Office of Human Resources.

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