Self-care and caring for others
Mental health is an important part of your overall health. Find someone who can help by using the resources on this page.
Take a diabetes risk quiz and sign up for diabetes prevention classes.
Prevent workplace injuries and discomfort by examining how your work space suits the needs of your job
There are many different ways to be active. We can’t list them all, but we can give you a place to start your search for ways to get and stay active.
Every fall Benefits offers a series of free flu shot clinics across campus for faculty, staff, and retirees.
Benefits offers a mobile mammography service on campus for Uniform Medical Plan members.
Use the resources on this page to discover new ways to manage stress.
Connect with programs designed to help you quit smoking.
The state’s official wellness program is open to all PEBB subscribers and offers a financial incentive for meeting your goals.
Get a discounted rate for a Weight Watchers monthly pass, and attend weekly meetings on campus.
If you’re looking for a school, camp, or other program for your child to attend, UW provides unique opportunities for children of all ages and interests.
UW provides many private, secure, and clean lactation stations. You’ll find them in buildings across campus and at medical centers and other UW offices.
This page collects helpful resources for parents including medical and dental care clinics as well as other programs that help you and your family flourish.
Elder Care resources
When you are concerned about an aging parent or loved one, call UW CareLink talk to an experienced elder care professional who works to understand your situation and provide guidance.
The Back-Up Care Advantage Program provides backup care for your adult relative when regular arrangements fall through unexpectedly.
The U.S. Administration on Aging provides elder care resources your may find helpful. This page provides an overview plus other ways to better manage your life while also caring for a loved one.