Welcome to the Resiliency Project website!
The Resiliency Project is sponsored by the Washington State Employee Assistance Program (EAP). This site promotes resilience and well-being among public employees, their families, and the greater community.
The Resiliency Project includes:
- Community Resources - Connects you to a wide variety of useful resources many of which are free and located in your communities. Whether you're having trouble with a creditor, looking for reputable childcare, or need legal advice, check us out.
- Resilience in the Workplace - Provides articles, strategies, ideas, and resources for creating a more positive workplace. Read Dennis Gustafson about Email Etiquette: put your best foot forward (not in your mouth.) Past articles are also available.
- Adapting to a Changing World - Get tips and advice about living in the modern world from fellow public employees and/or experts from a variety of fields. In her annual Holiday message from the EAP, Program Manager, Carol Kramer, describes The Ultimate Present. Past articles are also available.
- Lemonade - Provides a collection of strategies for transforming your spending habits, making "lemons into lemonade." Consider trying out one, two, or more of these suggestions.
- Affordable Care Act -- Will it impact your family? -- Starting January 1, 2014, almost everyone must have health insurance. If you have family members or friends who among more than a million people in our state who are uninsured, or if they simply struggle to pay for health insurance, they may qualify for tax credits or financial assistance. Enrollment begins October 1, 2013. Warning: Beware of fraudulent websites on the Internet!
The EAP believes in the strength of community and mutual support among family and friends. We invite your thoughts and participation to help keep this site useful and up-to-date.
EAP Program Manager
Note: If you are a state employee visiting the Resiliency Project from work or with a state-owned computer, be advised that some activities accessed from this site may not be admissible under your agency's de minimis use policy. If in doubt, check with your human resources office, or simply visit our site on your own time.