The Bulletin

Work/Life Assistance Program – Supportive Resources Post-Hurricane Sandy

November 28, 2012 3:25 pm

In the aftermath of Sandy, we would like to remind you of the services available through the CUNY Work/Life Assistance Program.

The Work/Life Assistance Program is a free confidential service designed to help you in your personal and professional life. It is available to your family members and significant others as well. So, if you or a member of your family is struggling with the impact of Hurricane Sandy, or any other private issue, whether it is trying to manage stress, find living arrangements for an aging relative, learning about adopting a child, or looking for pet care while the family is away on vacation, the Work/Life Assistance Program offers extensive support so that you can get help and make informed choices. Please be sure to take advantage of this free valuable service and don’t hesitate to call 800.833.8707 at any time.

- Manuela Alongi


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