If you're dealing with a personal dilemma, big changes in life, or a tough professional situation, you can turn to these resources for advice and support:

Employee Assistance Program (EAP)

Staff and faculty members – and members of their households – can call 1-866-252-4468 (24hrs) or go to www.mylifevalues.com for help in resolving difficulties issues.

Receive confidential assistance with personal concerns, including marital, family, teen, or financial difficulties, stress, elder care, literacy, and legal issues. Masters-level trained counselors help callers develop action plans for dealing with problems.

Our EAP also offers free weekly webinars on a variety of topics such as communication, stress management, coping skills, parenting, relationships, healthy living and more. Each webinar is an hour, which includes the presentation and question and answer period.

Username: Bucknell Password: EAP

Health Advocate

If you need help understanding and navigating the healthcare system, you can turn to a trained professional. Your Personal Health Advocate, typically and RN, stays with you to coordinate care among physicians and medical institutions in various ways. || Learn more.

Workplace Advisors

A Workplace Advisor is a neutral colleague you can talk to about issues of concern. Conversations are private and confidential. || Find out more.

Other Campus Resources


Emotional Wellbeing Planning Group

Your emotional wellbeing planning group is Kelly Anzulavich, Nancy Frazier, Carol High, Jan Knoedler, Missy Wray, Kelley Adams-Verge, and Cindy Bilger.

Kelley Adams-Verge, CEBS, CWPM

Questions for the Planning Committee?
Write to wellness-planning@bucknell.edu


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