Health & Well-Being Resources
CSU is proud to offer a rich benefits package that can help you support your family when you need it most. Beyond medical, dental, and vision insurance, be sure to remember the following resources that can help care for you and your family. If you’re on-the-go, take the resources with you!
The EAP is designed to help you navigate difficult life situations like mental and physical health, conflict resolution, legal concerns, etc. Employees and their household members are eligible for six free sessions per year, visit the EAP website for more information.
The link between mental health and financial health are more connected than many people realize. You have access to one-on-one retirement counseling and other online resources through CSU ‘s retirement vendors to help navigate your financial future.
The CARE Program at CSU helps connect employees with agencies that offer low-cost or no-cost services. Some of these resources include food assistance, dependent care, transportation, pet care, and much more. Check out the CARE website for details.
The Employee Housing Programs assists with housing resources, rental and sabbatical housing searches, financial assistance and home ownership. A below market rate rental program is also being developed, stay up-to-date on the housing website.
SilverCloud is a free, confidential, self-guided program available 24/7. Based on cognitive behavioral therapy principles, SilverCloud includes resources and information that help you better understand your emotional well-being.
The Engage app allows you to track activities which accumulate points that can be entered into gift card sweepstakes. You can also access your insurance card, see what’s covered by the health plan, discover other campus benefits, and so much more.