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Work-life Workshops and Related Events 

The FSAP Work-Life program invites you to attend our workshops on various Work-Life topics.  For additional information or to register for a session please contact our office at 303-492-3020 or email   

Spring 2014 Faculty and Staff Assistance Program Work Life Workshops    



Topic: Smoking Cessation: Are You Ready?
Dates: Tuesday, April 22, 2014, ARC 346 (Cancelled)
           Thursday, May 15, 2014, UMC 425

Time:  12:00 PM - 1:30 PM

Program Overview:
CU-Boulder will soon become a smoke-free campus. Come learn effective ways to quit smoking and begin to evaluate your readiness for change. Cessation methodologies from the behavioral health and medical fields will be presented by Janeen Haller-Abernethy, MSW, a counselor with the CU-Boulder Faculty and Staff Assistance Program.

Janeen Haller-Abernethy is a staff counselor of the Faculty and Staff Assistance Program focusing on behavior change to support healthier lifestyles. She has worked as a Wellness Coach focusing on client change to impact weight, physical health, stress management, and a more active lifestyle. As a social worker, Janeen has worked with children, older adults, adult men and women, and victims of abuse. Her work with the Faculty and Staff Assistance Program at CU-Boulder has focused on behavior changes that create healthier lifestyles as well as stress reduction in relationships and in the workplace.

Please email or call 303-492-3020 to register. 


Topic: Think You Can’t Afford to Buy a Home in Boulder? Think Again!
Date: Tuesday, April 29, 2014,
Location: UMC 425
Time: 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM

Program Overview:
There are nearly 800 permanently affordable homes available to low- to middle- income buyers in the City of Boulder. Boulder’s progressive Inclusionary Housing Ordinance means that households earning up to $120,000, and possessing up to $185,000 in assets can qualify for this program. Homes are a combination of new construction and resale, range in size from studios to 4-bedrooms, and are priced from $85,000 to over $425,000.

The 1-hour presentation is designed to help you decide if the program is right for you, and there will be 30 minutes of Q&A time immediately following. As an added bonus, attendance will also serve to fill the City Orientation program requirement for those that decide to apply. Topics to be covered include an overview of the permanently affordable program; down payment assistance; program requirements; and buying, owning, and selling a home in the city’s program.
For more information:

Presenter: Kristin Delcamp works for the Division of Housing in the Affordable Homeownership program. She is a graduate of the University of Colorado, and earned a Master in Nonprofit Management from Regis University. She has worked in the fields of education, international development, and has spent the past decade committed to promoting affordable housing in Colorado. She is an advocate for helping people find a way to live where they work and play.

Please email or call 303-492-3020 to register.