You may call yourself, or you may accept the suggestion of a family member, friend, co-worker, or supervisor.
In some instances, you may be referred by your supervisor. Your use of FASA is voluntary. The FASA counselor reviews your situation with you and helps you explore options and solutions. Together you develop an action plan for addressing your problem. This plan may include short-term counseling with your FASA counselor or referral to an outside agency, practitioner or community resource.
You may schedule an initial appointment to speak with a counselor via in-person, telephone, or video conference through a new online platform called TAO.
Last Update: August 7, 2018