The Employee Wellness Program can put you in touch with a number of resources. If you are unable to find a resource meets your needs on this site, or if you have a special request, please contact our office for additional assistance.
Blomquist Hale Employee Assistance Program (EAP) WSU recognizes how important you are to its success, so they provide this valuabe EAP service free of charge, to support the wellbeing of you and your family. Blomquist Hale Consulting offers solution focused counseling for work or personal problems. Counseling is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and is 100% confidential. Their extensive network of experienced therapists will work with you and provide the tools and strategies you need to resolve the situation. If ongoing or specialized services are needed, the counselor will refer you to an appropriate resource.
Common reasons to call Blomquist Hale Consulting:
Marital & relationship counseling
Financial counseling & referrals
Legal advice & referrals
Child care referrals
Elderly care support & referrals
24/7 Crisis intervention services
Change groups & educational seminars
WSU Campus Resources
Academic Courses offer numerous wellness opportunities through Art, Dance, Health, Nutrition, and Physical Education. As a full-time employee you may register for six credit hours/semester at no charge.
Campus Recreation satisfies sports, fitness, and recreational needs on campus. They offer a variety of programs, services, and classes. Visit this site for pool and group fitness schedules.
Child Care Resource & Referral offer free child care referrals, free information on choosing quality care, and free information on child development. They serve Davis, Weber and Morgan counties.
Children's School offers childcare to Weber State's faculty and staff, for children aged two to five. They also offer preschool for children three to four, and toddler's lab for children fourteen to thirty months of age.
Counseling & Psychological Services Center offers group meditation and relaxation sessions in addition to their individual services.
Clubs & Organizations offer numerous opportunities for involvement in wellness activities including bowling, cycling, and martial arts to name a few.
Dental Hygiene Department is located in the Marriott Health Building, and offers services to faculty and staff at a nominal fee. They offer cleanings and x-rays.
Environmental Health & Safety offers training courses on CPR/first aid, office safety, and ergonomics.
Health Center provides cost effective services including outpatient care for common illnesses and injuries, disease prevention, and health promotion. University employees can utilize the health center for a nominal charge.
Office of Workplace Learning (OWL) is the training hub for the University and many of their courses relate to self-improvement.
Open Activities are also available on campus such as use of the indoor and outdoor tracks, cardio and resistance training equipment, basketball and racquetball courts, and PAR course.