Faculty and Staff Assistance Program


“When you’re drowning, you don’t say ‘I would be incredibly pleased if someone would have the foresight to notice me drowning and come and help me,’ you just scream.” – John Lennon

It’s okay to seek assistance when you are drowning. You do not have to cope with life’s challenges on your own. NC State offers a variety of resources to assist with personal issues, planning for life events or simply managing daily life can affect your work, health and family. Call your NC State University Faculty & Staff Assistance Program FASAP anytime for confidential assistance.

The NC State University Faculty and Staff Assistance Program (FASAP) provides support, resources and information for personal and work-life issues.  FASAP is university-sponsored, confidential and provided at no charge to you and your dependents.  FASAP can help you and your family deal with everyday challenges.

Call your NC State University Faculty & Staff Assistance Program FASAP anytime for confidential assistance.

Call: 866.467.0467
Go online: guidanceresources.com
TDD: 800.697.0353
Your NC State Web ID: FASAP

FASAP Employee Resources

  • Confidential Counseling – Someone to talk to.
  • Financial Information and Resources – Discover your best options.
  • Legal Support and Resources – Expert info when you need it.
  • GuidanceResources Online – Knowledge at your fingertips.  GuidanceResources Online is your one-stop for expert information on the issues that matter most to you… relationships, work, school, children, wellness, legal, financial, free time and more.
    • Timely articles, HelpSheets, tutorials, streaming videos and self-assessments
    • “Ask the Expert” personal responses to your questions

Additional confidential on-campus resources:

Employee Relations | 919-515-4295

Violence Prevention and Threat Management department | 919-513-4224 or 919-513-4315

Counseling Center | 919-515-2423

CE HR Manager, Kristie Juda | 919-515-6353


“Life is a series of experiences, each one of which makes us bigger, even though sometimes it is hard to realize this. For the world was built to develop character, and we must learn that the setbacks and grieves which we endure help us in our marching onward.”  – Henry Ford