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Services & Programs

Overview

The Office of Work, Life and Engagement is pleased to provide the following services and programs to eligible Johns Hopkins faculty and staff. Our services are confidential and free to eligible faculty, staff, their family members and significant others.

Faculty & Staff Assistance Program (FASAP)is designed to assist full-time and part-time faculty, staff and administrators, and their families cope with a variety of situations. FASAP offers a wide range of services including information, evaluation, crisis intervention, short-term counseling, and referrals. Services are free and confidential.

LifeSpan Services is a starting point for employees as they begin to investigate family and care giving resources across the lifespan. We guide and direct employees to multiple resources so that they can make informed decisions based on their individual situations, including preparing for a new baby, support for adoption, childcare options, parent coaching strategies, negotiating the college search, personal preparedness planning, pre-retirement planning, aging adult services, and grief and bereavement support. The LifeSpan Services Manager also leads a variety of discussion groups including groups for caregivers, parents of children with ADHD, and those dealing with grief or loss.

Childcare at the Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Y Preschool Center reserves up to 50 slots for the children of full-time, benefitted JHU faculty and staff. In order to reserve a spot for your child you must contact WorkLife Programs directly. Stadium Place is conveniently located near both the Homewood and East Baltimore campuses on E. 33rd Street in Waverly.

Live Near Your Work –provides a cash grant to full-time, benefits-eligible employees purchasing homes in targeted neighborhoods. Total grant subsidies include a contribution from the City of Baltimore and will be in one of the following amounts: $2,500, $6,000, $10,000 or $17,000 based on the target area in which the home is purchased.

Financial Assistance Programs (available to qualifying employees):

Relocation Assistance for newly Johns Hopkins University hired or recruited faculty and staff and their family members. Services include child and elder/adult care referrals, information on housing and schools, referrals to companies providing relocation services and counseling support to families in transition.

Community Programs - The following programs and opportunities are available to qualifying faculty and staff of the Johns Hopkins University: