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NYS EAP Hotline
EAP helps refer employees, partners, and their family members to services for a variety of work/life issues:
- Health benefits information assistance
- Union resource assistance
- Child care & Elder care services
- Assistance finding services available online due to COVID-19 (such as telemedicine)
- Counseling & Mental Health
- Addiction & Substance Abuse
- Grief, Bereavement & Loss
- Legal, Financial & Taxes
- Housing, Transportation, & Parking
- Workplace issues
- Community and Consumer Services (examples have included food pantries, animal rescues, electronics recycling, "I just moved here and am looking for a mechanic")
- "I am really stressed out. I just need to speak to someone."
- Self-Help & Useful Links
COVID-19 Support, Emotional, and Wellness Information
New Yorkers across the state can access a specially curated collection of science-backed, evidence-based guided meditations, along with at-home mindful workouts, sleep and kids' content to help address rising stress and anxiety. The collection will also feature Headspace co-founder and former Buddhist monk Andy Puddicombe, who will share special video messages with the people of New York to help offer guidance, support and solidarity.
- COVID-19 Emotional Support Line: 1-844-863-9314
The OMH Emotional Support Line provides free and confidential support, helping callers experiencing increased anxiety due to the coronavirus emergency. The Help Line is staffed by volunteers, including mental health professionals, who have received training in crisis counseling.
- Printable Guide for Managing Stress During A Crisis
- Mental Health Resources During an Emergency
People often experience anxiety, fear, and helplessness during an emergency. Know the signs and get help.
- Tips for Mental Wellness
How to cope with stress and anxiety
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- 988 Suicide & Crisis Lifeline
988 is the three-digit number that connects people to the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline. The service is for anyone who is suicidal, experiencing a mental health or substance-use related crisis, and/or experiencing any kind of emotional distress.
Geneseo's EAP Coordinators
SUNY Geneseo EAP Coordinators are here to help!
Call the hotline to get assistance from the current EAP Coordinators: Lee M. Pierce (Communication) and Alana Nuth (Library).
What is EAP?
The NYS Employee Assistance Program is a peer assistance program jointly sponsored by labor and management. NYS EAP provides confidential information, assessment, and referral services to NYS employees, their family members, and retirees. It also provides orientations and training for all employees, managers, supervisors, and union representatives on benefits and use of EAP.
What Does the EAP Coordinator Do?
Your Coordinator will assist you in determining the nature of your problem and linking you with an appropriate referral.