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Confidential in-person and online referrals

January 19, 2009

CSU employees can get help with financial, relationship, health, and other issues easily and confidentially with the simple click of a button.

Guidance Resources.com

Colorado State University's Employee Assistance Program provides employees free use of the website, www.guidanceresources.com, where they can:

1. chat with a guidance consultant who has expertise in a specific area;

2. read hundreds of self-help articles on everything from dealing with debt collectors to divorce and domestic issues; and

3. take questionnaires that will help them determine if they need more in-depth help.

The site also offers referrals to local providers and resources.  To access the site, go to www.guidanceresources.com and enter the CSU web ID, "CSUEAP."  Employees then register using a confidential username and password of their choice. 

Everyone is equally protected in terms of confidentiality 

Referrals for help are also available through CSU’s internal EAP. “I am available to meet with any employee to help them determine what it is they really need,” says EAP manager Lanai Greenhalgh. 

“And everyone, whether they are a vice president, faculty member or state classified employee, has access to EAP services and is equally protected in terms of confidentiality.” She adds, “I want to make sure employees get the most help they can with the least amount of difficulty in accessing it.”

To find out more about the EAP and other human resource services, visit www.hrs.colostate.edu


Contact: Lanai Greenhalgh
E-mail: Lanai.Greenhalgh@colostate.edu
Phone: 1-800-284-1819