Support Services are available for Johns Hopkins Employees
As we continue the healing process in Baltimore City, it is important that we consider ways in which we can support one another.
To encourage supportive conversations, the Faculty and Staff Assistance Program (FASAP) has posted a number of resources, including tips to help adults and children cope and advice for managers. Each of us has multiple roles and may view the events from various perspectives, such as faculty or staff, supervisor, leader, colleague, friend, mother, father, or resident of Baltimore City. We encourage you to review information that might be relevant to the individual roles that require your support.
Please know that crisis response services are available through FASAP, which offers emotional support for individuals and groups. Consultations, staff briefings, on-site outreach, and individual appointments can all be accessed by calling 443-997-7000 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. More information on these services can be found on the Work, Life and Engagement website (hopkinsworklife.org/crisis-resources).
Crisis events, whether big or small, have emotional consequences that may affect our ability to carry on with our work and personal lives. Each of us will need to process these events in ways that help us make sense of the world. Please reach out to us if we can lend support.