Provided below are employer resources to help Universities of Wisconsin institutions create a culture of well-being on campus.

The resources listed on this page are for HR and Benefit Administrators. Employee-facing well-being resources are available on the Universities of Wisconsin Employee Well-Being web page.

Employee Assistance Program

Contact Information (for all institutions except UW-Madison)

  • Acentra Health (formerly Kepro):
    • Call (833) 539-7285, option 3 for:
      • Critical Incident Support
      • Management Consultations
    • Contact Kelly Rissky at kelly.rissky@acentra.com or (667) 275-4162 for:
      • Benefit/Wellness Fair Support
      • Orientations/Trainings

Resources

Well Wisconsin Program

Contact Information

  • WebMD:
    • Renee Fox: wellwi-employersupport@webmd.net or (715) 551-9964
      • Benefit/Wellness Fair Support
      • Employer Sponsored Activities Inquiries
      • Well Wisconsin Program Podcast Topic or Presenter Suggestions
    • Katie Storlie: kstorlie@webmd.net or (503) 416-2773
      • Biometric Screening Clinic Inquiries
      • Flu Vaccine Clinic Inquiries (for all institutions except UW-Madison)
        • Flu vaccine clinic request form (generally released in June each year)
        • Clinics should be held September – November 2024
  • Department of Employee Trust Funds (ETF):
    • Molly Dunks: molly.dunks@etf.wi.gov or (608) 267-3939 for:
      • Well-being Grant Inquiries
      • Wellness Council of Wisconsin Membership and Conference Inquiries

Resources

Well-Being Meetings

System-wide well-being meetings are held on a quarterly basis. The purpose of the meetings is to share well-being information and collaborate system-wide about the Employee Assistance Program, Well Wisconsin Program, and other well-being topics.

If you have suggestions for agenda items or if there has been a change to your institution’s Wellness Champion or EAP Coordinator, send an email to uwshr@uwsa.edu. UW System HR will communicate the change to the appropriate vendor contacts (for example: ETF or WebMD).

Updated: 04/09/2024