Upcoming webinars to focus on work-life topics and resources

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The University of Oregon’s employee assistance program provider, Cascade Centers, Inc., regularly hosts webinars to support, assist and educate participants on a variety of topics from personal finance to healthy relationships.

The webinars offer live trainings at your own computer and connection to other participants. Webinars are generally one hour in length and topics include mental and emotional concerns, relationships, finances, legal concerns, wellness, communication and more. Details, registration information and a comprehensive list of webinars are available on the Cascade Centers website. Some of the upcoming webinars include:

  • January 28: Investing: Traditional vs. Online Services.
  • February 9: Making Tax Returns Less Taxing.
  • February 10: Healthy Mind, Healthy Heart.
  • February 25: Relationships and Money.

If you are unable to attend a live webinar, visit the Cascade Centers YouTube channel for a complete library of recorded presentations.  

Although the EAP is an excellent resource for mental health services and support, the program offers more than just mental health benefits. Some additional benefits include a homeownership program, pet insurance, help with legal issues and family resources. A comprehensive list of services can be found on the EAP website. Benefits-eligible employees can register their own account with Cascade Centers and gain access to many more resources for all kinds of work-life issues and challenges.  

Cascade Centers is also committed to addressing the evolving risk and impact of the COVID-19 pandemic. New materials are posted in their COVID-19 Resource Center to help people navigate the challenges of this unusual time.

As the university’s EAP provider, Cascade Centers, offers a comprehensive program for benefits-eligible employees and their dependents at no cost. EAP services are completely confidential, and the university will not be informed when an employee contacts Cascade Centers or accesses their services.

Visit the HR website to learn more about the program and what it offers.