Employee Assistance Program

For EAP services, contact Carly Galbraith, Interim EAP Coordinator
at 442-5483 or [email protected].

Or, contact the NYS EAP Statewide Office to request a referral to another
EAP Coordinator who can assist you with confidential referrals.



NY Project Hope Supports New Yorkers During COVID-19

Project Hope is designed to help people cope with their emotions
and decision fatigue during these challenging times.  

New York residents can call the Emotional Support Helpline at 1-844-863-9314 any day from 8am to 10pm and be assured the call is confidential, anonymous, and free.



Take steps for your health and well-being while working remotely by
reviewing our EAP presentation titled 

"Managing the Stress of Social Distancing and Working Remotely."


Trying to balance work and life while telecommuting along while also parenting?
Review this EAP presentation titled
"Balancing Work and Life When Telecommuting."


For additional COVID-19 information provided by EAP,
go to  Links to Resources.

To help meet its commitment of promoting a community-oriented work environment, the University at Albany believes in the great benefits of the Employee Assistance Program (EAP). The overarching goals of EAP are to offer support to employees and to promote a healthy state of mind and well being - both in and out of the workplace. 

Through its efforts, EAP provides quality health, wellness, and self-enhancement programs. University and Research Foundation employees, their family members, retirees and GSEU members can take advantage of EAP's free, confidential Personal Assessment and Referral Service. Wellness Programs offered throughout the year provide employees with numerous experiences, ideas, and resources to support health and well being.

EAP strives to enhance the maintenance of a healthy and productive workforce. 

Our mission is to be utilized and recognized as a resource for developing strengths and resiliency within the University community.  To learn more about EAP, view this video provided by New York State EAP.