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Faculty and Staff Assistance Program

The Program

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The Faculty and Staff Assistance Program (FSAP) is a free service designed to confidentially help you with life issues and situations where professional guidance may be helpful. 

Balancing the demands of work and professional life can be challenging.  To help you succeed, ComPsych FSAP provides comprehensive resources and services to help you meet your personal, family, and work challenges.  The FSAP is staffed by experienced, Masters-level professionals who can help find solutions to many different kinds of problems you and your dependents may face. 

Ongoing Services

The FSAP can help you with challenges such as:

  • Stress
  • Feelings of sadness or anxiety
  • Marital concerns
  • Family pressure (children, teens, older relatives, etc.)
  • Relationship issues
  • Financial difficulties
  • Bereavement
  • Alcohol and/or drug problems


Frequently Asked Questions

Here are answers to some common questions:

You will talk with one of the professionals about what is troubling you. Once they learn more about your situation, the professional will recommend specific ways to help. Sometimes several additional sessions between you and the FSAP professional will be necessary - the number of additional sessions is dependent upon the nature of the problem and the number of sessions available to you.

In other instances, the FSAP professional will recommend a counselor or agency in your community that specializes in the help you need. In all cases, your FSAP professional will stay in touch with you to make sure you are getting the necessary assistance.

All information regarding your participation in the program is confidential except as governed by state and federal laws and regulations.  Examples of cases that require reporting include, instances where your emotional condition makes you a threat to yourself or others, suspected child or elder abuse, and, in some states, spousal abuse.

The College will not know you participated in the FSAP unless you give your written consent.

Sometimes a supervisor may recommend that you contact the FSAP if there has been a noticeable decline in job performance.  If you decide to follow the recommendation, your supervisor will only be informed that the initial contact was made; no information about your conversation will be given to your supervisor without your written consent.

Your ComPsych FSP is provided by the College at no cost to you.  You will not be charged for any services provided to you by the FSAP staff.  If a counselor or agency in your community is recommended, your FSAP professional will assist you in finding one covered by your health benefits program or a community program that will be affordable.

To use this free and confidential service, simply call ComPsych at any time a 1-844-236-2668.  A member of the FSAP professional team will answer your call promptly 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

When you contact ComPsych, please use the Company ID: MCC

Hearing impaired?  Dial 1-800-697-0353