Seeking assistance with a personal or professional matter? The following campus offices are dedicated to assisting Stony Brook campus community in a variety of ways.
Disability Support Services office administers all issues regarding the federal legislation of “Americans with Disabilities Act” (ADA).
Office of Diversity and Affirmative Action provides direction to the University community with regard to federal and state guidelines and legislation related to civil rights, equal employment, cultural diversity and affirmative action.
Employee Assistance Program is a confidential assessment, referral and consultation service available at no cost to faculty, staff, retirees and their dependents. The EAP is available to assist individuals with a wide range of work and life concerns, including: work/life balance, marital problems, family issues, grief and bereavement, eldercare and childcare issues, financial problems, legal problems, work place stress, alcohol and substance abuse, emotional health issues and domestic violence.
University Ombuds Office is an informal and confidential service available to Stony Brook students, staff, faculty and administrators to resolve complaints and evaluate options for positive action.
Bullying Toolkit provides quite a bit of information and links to resources to assist members. Toolkit
For additional information about the above department’s work, visit the Employee and Labor Relations website at: http://www.stonybrook.edu/lrweb/links.shtml