Staff and Faculty Assistance Program

 The Staff and Faculty Assistance Program (SFAP) is a confidential service offered through Perspectives Ltd. that provides support, counseling, referrals and resources for issues that impact your life.  Perspectives Ltd. can help address concerns such as:

  • Child/Elder care
  • Family, marriage or work
  • Financial or legal
  • Emotions and stress
  • Alcohol and drug abuse

Additional services available include:

  • Convenience
  • Concierge
  • Moving
  • Will preparation

You may call Perspectives Ltd. at 800.456.6327 to speak with a trained counselor about your needs. 

You have 24-hour access to an online tool ( that provides information on a variety of topics.   To login you will need:

Username: UNI500

Password: perspectives

SFAP Worklife Online Skill Builders

Perspectives WorkLife Online provides convenient confidential online access to a vast and continually refreshed library of personal and professional development skill builders. These are 30 to 40 minute tutorials available on demand. Registration through Perspectives website is required so that you can return to your bookmarked page in the future. To review the topics and course descriptions simply visit the Perspectives WorkLife Online Skillbuilder section.


Use of the SFAP is free.  If you or a family member need referral services or a treatment program, Perspectives Ltd. will assist you in obtaining the best care as reasonably priced as possible.  Any costs incurred by the referral service or treatment program are your responsibility.

Eligibility to use SFAP

You can use the services if you are:

  • Employee;
  • Retiree; or
  • Employee or retiree's family member


Confidentiality is an important aspect of the services provided by Perspectives Ltd.   Information you discuss with Perspectives Ltd. will not be shared by them, except as may be required by Federal and State laws.  No record of your participation will appear in your personnel file.  In an instance where the referral is work-related, with your written permission, your supervisor may be told whether you have followed through with your appointment.