Work-Life Resources.

This circle of multiracial human hands represents the connectedness of our community resources.

The CARE program provides CSU employees* with information about, and referrals to, agencies and organizations in Northern Colorado who provide low-cost or no-cost services in the areas of:

  • Physical and mental healthcare
  • Food, clothing and other household necessities
  • Dependent care and elder care
  • Services for the disabled
  • Housing, including emergency food and shelter
  • Education
  • Transportation
  • Pets
  • And other support services

The CARE Program is free and available to CSU employees.  Use this website to find a directory of resources for common concerns, or make an appointment to speak with us about your needs or the needs of a fellow employee.

*CSU students who need assistance should contact Student Case Management.

Financial Seminars by CANVAS Credit Union

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Coronavirus Toolkit

Emergency Hardship Loan Fund - EHLF

 

Is a fund available for employees who has suffer a financial hardship as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic and are struggling to meet expenses.

If you are a CSU employee in need, please submit an application for assistance.

Donate now to help CSU employees in need or through payroll deduction.

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