The University of Miami (UM) recognizes the wide variety of personal and workplace challenges that could potentially affect an employee’s health, productivity and general well-being. These difficulties may surface as a result of family and relationship problems; work-related stress; the loss of a loved one; depression, anxiety and mental health issues; addictive behaviors; alcohol and substance abuse; financial pressures; or other personal concerns.
The University of Miami is committed to promoting a safe, healthy, engaged and productive work force/environment. In support of this commitment, the Faculty and Staff Assistance Program (FSAP) has been established and designed to assist in addressing employee and University concerns in a manner that is professional and confidential. The FSAP is an organizational behavioral health and mental health resource for determining approaches and solutions to personal and/or workplace concerns.
The University of Miami Faculty and Staff Assistance Program (FSAP) provides confidential support and assistance in resolving both personal and workplace concerns; enhancing the University’s capacity to sustain a safe, healthy, engaged and productive work force/environment.