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Upstate Wellness Resource Line
Confidential line answered 24/7 by triage nurse who will refer you to the most appropriate resource.
Call 4-KARE or (315) 464-5273
Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) in the Courts
refers to the different ways people can resolve disputes without a trial.
Call 800-268-7869 http://ww2.nycourts.gov/ip/adr/index.shtml
Professional Assistance Program
A confidential program to help licensed professionals who are suffering from the effects of a chemical; Confidential;
Occupational Health Clinical Center
Help you identify work-related illness or injury,the hazards in your workplace and offer assistance in modifying your worksite and/or work habits to prevent further health problems.
EAP: Employee Assistance Program
EAP is a voluntary, work-based program that offers free and confidential assessments, short-term counseling, referrals and follow up services to employees who have personal and/or work - related problems.
Chaplains, services, educational programs, Reiki (For staff or patients)
SUNY Upstate Office of Institutional Equity
Consulting on and investigating allegations of protected class discrimination and harassment, including sexual harassment.
315-464-9590, or via online reporting email@example.com https://cm.maxient.com/reportingform.php?SUNYUpstate&layout_id=0.
A safe group discussion of a topic related to the emotional response of health care workers to challenging patients and situations. Several times per year, request invitation from Brigid Dunn, Spiritual Care, Schwartz Rounds coordinator
Pathway to Wellness
Wellness, health and self-care; Offers weekly and monthly activities and events that promote wellness; Smoking cessation support (including supplies); Open to all with an Upstate ID
Pet-A-Pooch (Animal Support)
Request a staff event visit or become a pet therapy volunteer
Mayo Wellbeing Index
Self-assessment tool with resources directed at major sources of stress. https://app.mywellbeingindex.org/login. Invitation code: Upstate
New Faculty Peer Mentoring Program
Supports the work of new tenure track colleagues in their first two years across the State University of New York. This Peer Mentoring Community offers new faculty an opportunity to talk about vital issues as teachers, scholars and advisors.
Assistant Dean for Wellness