CUNY Work/Life Program

CUNY Work/Life Program

                       Now Presented by CCA@YourService

During today’s challenging times, CUNY wants to reiterate our genuine concern for the wellbeing of our employees and their family members. We are excited to announce that the CUNY Work/Life Program will now be presented by CCA@YourService – our new confidential, 24/7 employee assistance program provider starting on June 15, 2020.

All the benefits from CCA@YourService are available to your family members and those you care about. This includes a significant other, children, parents, siblings, grandparents, aunts, uncles, cousins, roommates—anyone who has an impact on your life. Knowing your loved ones are supported can improve your wellbeing and peace of mind.

Please see links below for program flyer and upcoming online seminars. We hope that you’ll take this opportunity to familiarize yourself with the benefit. It’s a resource that everyone can use.

WEBSITE: www.myccaonline.com

COMPANY CODE: CUNY

PHONE: 800-833-8707

 

Important Links

CCA Brochure

CCA Service Overview

CUNY’s Employee Assistance Program Page

Real-Time Support For Everyday Living 

Moving and Relocation Service
Whether relocating by choice or out of necessity, CCA@YourService can help take some of the stress and guesswork out of your move. Our specialists can assist with selecting a real estate agent, choosing a strong school district, locating childcare, understanding mortgage options, finding a moving company, and more.  

Retirement Resources @ Your Service
Regardless of how you hope to spend your retirement, it takes planning to get there. CCA@YourService can make the process easier with information, guidance and referrals on all aspects of retirement: managing the transition, relocation, housing options, travel, recreation, legal/financial matters, and more. Please click on the link below for more information.

Hurricane Ida Supportive Resources
NY Resources
NJ Resources
PA Resources

As parts of New York, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania navigate flooding and devastation from Hurricane Ida, we want to make sure you and your family members have the resources and support you need. Attached, you'll find state-specific resources for New York, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania.

CCA counselors and work-life consultants are available 24/7 at 800-833-8707 to assist you and your family members with logistical recovery, such as locating shelters or hotels, as well as to provide emotional support. Please don't hesitate to reach out to them for free, confidential assistance.
 

Upcoming Online Seminars

You do not need to register in advance to attend Online Seminars. Seminars will be pre-recorded and uploaded on a set date each month. You can view the audiovisual presentation and download all accompanying materials at that time.
The purpose of asking for your name and email address on the registration page ahead of the recorded Online Seminar is to generate and email you a completion certificate. You must view the Online Seminar until the end and fully complete the survey (all multiple choice and open-text questions) to receive a completion certificate. The certificate will be automatically sent to the email address you on the registration page. (Please check your email spam or junk folder if you did not receive the email with your certificate.)

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10/19/21—Embracing Diversity and Differences

11/16/21—Caring for Our Elders

12/21/21—Paying it Forward

We encourage all employees to visit the CCA@YourService webiste and use “CUNY” for the company code.

Available anytime, 24/7, CCA@YourService offers free, confidential access to professionals and online resources that can assist you with a variety of personal and work-related issues such as:

  • Retirement Resources
  • Childcare and Eldercare
  • Stress Management 
  • Balancing Work and Family
  • Mental Health
  • Health and wellness concerns
  • Marital and family issues
  • Issues with co-workers
  • Legal and Tax Consultation
  • Alcohol and substance abuse
  • Credit and Debt
  • Grief, Trauma, and Loss