FASAP, Managing Cancer at Work services available to family members

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Did you know that both Johns Hopkins' Faculty and Staff Assistance Program and its Work Stride: Managing Cancer at Work program are available to your family?

FASAP clinicians will see employees' family and household members 16 and older free of charge. They also will work with parents to find resources and services for children younger than 16.

Work Stride: Managing Cancer at Work is designed to meet the needs of employees who want to be proactive in preventing cancer as well as those who are dealing with a cancer diagnosis or caring for someone with cancer. Available free of charge as a benefit to JHU employees and their loved ones, Work Stride includes two components: expert and personal support from a certified oncology nurse navigator and a web portal with a wide range of education and resources.

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