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OSU Managed Health Care Systems Provider Search
Search for a physician in your area…All members in the Prime Care Advantage, Prime Advantage Value and Prime Advantage Plus plans have access to the same network of providers throughout the state. To see if your provider(s) are in the network, use the search engine below. Note that only those office and ancillary/facility locations listed in this online directory are considered in-network, even though the provider may practice in different offices or even different counties.

Faculty and Staff Assistance Program
What is the University Faculty and Staff Assistance Program? UFSAP is a confidential counseling service for OSU employees and their families experiencing some form of personal or work related distress that can interfere with work performance. All UFSAP counselors are independently licensed behavioral health professionals with years of experience and a commitment to the university community. The following services are provided …

"Walk, Talk & Breathe: Learning to Manage Stress in Difficult Times"
Shares with viewers tips to cope with stress, such as physical activity, confiding in friends and family, and breathing exercises to help focus on calmness. UFSAP counselors Lisa Borelli, LISW, and Bob Forte, MA, LPCC, host this 13-minute session.

"Relieving Financial Stress"
In this 22-minute video, Fisher College of Business finance professor emeritus Stephen Buser shares advice on managing the financial worries that cause a cascade of other stress and problems. This Q&A format is facilitated by Robert Meier, MSN, RN, director of UFSAP.:

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Business Network
BNET provides action-oriented intelligence for managerial professionals that's smart, useful, and always right at your fingertips.

"Financial Security: Managing Money In Tough Times"
Objective. Research-based. Credible. Information and tools you can use every day to improve your life. This is the most reliable information you'll find on the Internet brought to you by the nation's largest and oldest network of universities.

5 County Solutions
A collaboration between Clinton, Highland, Greene, Fayette and Montgomery counties to provide education and resources to those experiencing economic difficulties.

The Job Loss Survival Guide
Jim Davis addresses the emotional impact of job loss, equating it with the grief one experiences with other losses

“Life After a Layoff”
Paul Perez saw the writing on the wall two years ago. Perez, then a program manager at Ford Motor Co., knew that the product pipeline was chock-full of gas-guzzling trucks, fuel-efficient vehicles were in scant supply, and the company was...

MyMoney.gov
Is the U.S. government's website dedicated to teaching all Americans the basics about financial education. Whether you are planning to buy a home, balancing your checkbook, or investing in your 401k, the resources on MyMoney.gov can help you do it better. Throughout the site, you will find important information from 20 federal agencies government wide.

Adult and Continuing Education; Apprenticeship Council; Labor Market Info Job and Career Links ...
Helpful links and information for people working in the state of Ohio

"After layoffs, there's survivor's guilt . . ."
If your company has just gone through layoffs and you didn't lose your job, you might feel relieved. Or you might feel so horrible, you almost wish you didn't work there anymore, either

United State Department of Labor
OhioMeansJobs
Ohio State Gateway
Apply for Unemployment Benefits in Ohio
Ohio Job Corps Centers
Ohio Economy at a Glance Table
Career Voyages — View the Fastest-Growing Occupations in Ohio
The Minimum Wage in Ohio
Wage & Hour Division District Office Locations
Occupational Safety & Health Administration (OSHA) Regional & Area Offices
Veterans' Employment & Training Service (VETS) Staff Directory
Employee Benefits Security Administration (EBSA) Regional Offices
Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (OFCCP) Nationwide Office Directory
Workforce Investment Board Contacts at State and Local Level
ETA's Bureau of Apprenticeship and Training State Offices
Employment Standards Administration (ESA) — Labor Management Program Offices
Disability & Employment Directory of State Liaisons
District Offices for Mine Safety
Ohio Labor Market Information
Ohio Job Bank and Job Search Information

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