A stochastic averaging method for quasi-integrable and resonant Hamiltonian systems subject to combined Gaussian and Poisson white noise excitations is proposed. The case of resonance with α resonant relations is considered. An (n + α)-dimensional averaged Generalized Fokker–Plank–Kolmogorov (GFPK) equation for the transition probability density of n action variables and α combinations of phase angles is derived from the stochastic integrodifferential equations (SIDEs) of original quasi-integrable and resonant Hamiltonian systems by using the jump-diffusion chain rule. The reduced GFPK equation is solved by using finite difference method and the successive over relaxation method to obtain the stationary probability density of the system. An example of two nonlinearly damped oscillators under combined Gaussian and Poisson white noise excitations is given to illustrate the proposed method. The good agreement between the analytical results and those from digital simulation shows the validity of the proposed method.