Find WSU and community resources for managing work-related and personal issues and hardships.
Employee Assistance Program
The EAP assists in identifying, managing, and resolving personal and work-related issues that may affect job performance or quality of life issues. The EAP provides counseling, education, and consultation services to improve job performance, worker health, and the well-being of the employee. Visit their webpage at www.eap.wsu.edu.
Issues which may be directed to the EAP include, but are not limited to, the following:
|Conflicts at Work||Depression|
|Grief and Loss||Job Performance|
|Parenting Issues||Relationship Problems|
EAP Monthly Tip Sheets
|May 2016 - Anxiety||April 2016 - Leave Work at Work|
|March 2016 - Nutrition||February 2016 - Heart Disease|
|January 2016 - Improve Your Mental Health||December 2015 - Kindness|
|November 2015 - Respite||October 2015 - Domestic Violence|
EAP Monthly Frontline Newsletter
|June 2016 Newsletter||May 2016 Newsletter|
|April 2016 Newsletter||March 2016 Newsletter|
|February 2016 Newsletter||January 2016 Newsletter|
|December 2015 Newsletter||November 2015 Newsletter|
|October 2015 Newsletter|
- Pullman Regional Hospital Health Education PRH provides health education programs and services to increase knowledge and awareness of the mental, spiritual, and emotional aspects of health.
- Inland NW Alzheimer’s Association Formed in 1980, the Alzheimer’s Association is the world’s leading voluntary health organization in Alzheimer’s care, support and research.
- WA State Department of Health Visit the WA State Department of Health for help and education on various topics including:
Housing, Food, Energy, and Financial Assistance
To empower the people and communities of Whitman County to be self-sustaining by: Promoting the self-reliance of people with low to moderate income and promoting cooperation between local communities to enhance social and economic resource development. Services include assistance in:
- Emergency Assistance
- Family Development
- Affordable Housing
Serving our community’s youth, families, the elderly and those with special needs.
Mortgage Assistance from Banks and Lenders
Mortgage forbearance programs are offered by numerous home loan lenders. Forbearance allows borrowers a temporary suspension of their monthly mortgage payments so a homeowner can have time to explore their options, receive counseling, or modify their loan during this time frame.
It is HUD’s mission to promote non-discrimination and ensure fair and equal housing opportunities for all.
Weatherization is adding insulation, sealing cracks, and making other changes that reduce heat loss, save you money on heating bills and make your home or apartment healthier. The federal government and Washington State offer weatherization programs, which Commerce runs, for qualified low-income households.
Emergency Food Assistance Program offers help to those who need access to nutritional food. The food bank may be accessed one time in a month for those needing emergency food supplies.
The US Department of Agriculture (USDA), Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), called Basic Food in Washington, helps low income people make ends meet by providing monthly benefits to buy food.
Providing easy, online access to government information on food and human nutrition for consumers.
Sometime people need a little extra help. Avista has designed assistance programs partnering with local community action programs to provide Energy Assistance Grants, Project Share Grants, the Cares Program, and Senior Outreach Programs.
The Wellbeing Program provides programs and education to promote a happy, healthy and balanced life.
Many people face a financial crisis at some point in their lives. Whether the crisis is caused by personal or family illness, the loss of a job, or overspending, it can seem overwhelming. But often, it can be overcome. Your financial situation doesn’t have to go from bad to worse.
The Lifeline program offers a discount on home phone service and pre-paid wireless service plans.
Get all the information you need to manage repayment of your federal student loans.
Benefit eligible Faculty and Staff can get a special group discount on auto insurance through Liberty Mutual’s Group Savings Plus program.
The mission of the Women’s Resource Center is to facilitate a work and learning environment at Washington State University that supports the success and empowerment of all women students, staff and faculty, as individuals and as a community.
When you visit GIESORC, no assumptions about your sexual orientation or gender identity are made. All members of the WSU community are invited to join us and learn more about LGBT issues, partake of our resources, and meet each other.
We promote a safe and welcoming campus climate that fosters education, empowerment, and tolerance.