Financial Well-being

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Financial well-being is an important part of your overall personal well-being and can be achieved regardless of income. Financial stress impacts us like any other forms of stress — it can negatively impact sleep, relationships, family life, performance at work and physical and emotional health.

Having financial well-being can:

  • allow individuals more time to focus and invest in their health and well-being.
  • provide a sense of security and peace of mind, which can positively impact overall health.

Financial Counselling Resources

The university’s EFAP program offers services to help individuals get their finances in order. From debt management to planning for a child’s future or setting up a savings program, staff members and eligible dependents can access two hours of financial counselling services per year.

View Financial Consultation Service Overview

Book an Appointment

Call EFAP directly to make an appointment to speak with someone.


View Taking Control of Your Money

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Legal Consultation

Staff members and eligible dependents in need of legal advice can access up to two hours of consultation per legal concern. You have the option of accessing the Lawline to speak with a lawyer or request a face to face consultation.

View Legal Advisory Service Overview