Additional Resources


Employee Assistance Program (EAP)

Sometimes life can be stressful. An Employee Assistance Program (EAP) is available to assist you when you need help dealing with your life's opportunities and challenges such as:

Life Opportunities

Life Challenges

  • New job
  • Marriage
  • New home
  • Pregnancy or children
  • Childcare or eldercare
  • Retirement
  • Financial consulting
  • Work stress/conflict
  • Substance abuse
  • Economic hardship
  • Divorce
  • Illness
  • Family challenge
  • Legal services

The EAP can provide you resources, guidance, and support to…?

  • Find your child a summer job
  • Find out how to get a lower mortgage rate
  • Enhance your personal and professional relationships
  • Managing or losing weight
  • Find pet care
  • And so much more!
Services can be accessed by visiting FEI Behavioral Health on the web at https://www.feieap.com  (Username is SOWI) or by calling 866-274-4723. All services provided by FEI Behavioral Health are free to UW-Stevens Point employees.

2019 Webinar Series

*Privacy is strictly protected within legal limits. Information about your contact with FEI will not be released without your prior consent except in cases of imminent threat of harm or when abuse of a child or vulnerable adult may be occurring.

Quick Reference - EAP Flyers & Handouts:

General Information:

EAP Services

Information Packets Available

Specific Information:

Addictive Behaviors

Do I Need a Will

Techniques for Stress Reduction

The High Price of Gossip

UW System Employee Wellness

Visit the StayWell wellness portal to track your wellness program information and watch wellness webinars. The wellness portal is available to employees, spouses/domestic partners, and retirees enrolled in the State of Wisconsin or Wisconsin Public Employers Group Health Insurance Programs. All webinars are recorded and available in the StayWell wellness portal.

UW-Stevens Point Employee Wellness

UW-Stevens Point faculty and staff have been champions of wellness since 1978! The School of Health Promotion and Human Development facilitates the employee wellness.

Employee Wellness

3 Tips for Financial Wellness (adapted from the Society for Human Resources Management)

  • Pay more than the monthly minimum on credit card debt
    • You will increase the amount that goes toward paying down your principal
  • Don't try to "keep up with the Jones"
    • Competing with others will cause you to live a lifestyle outside of what you can afford
  • Make a budget
    • This will help you calculate how much money you can allow to food, housing, transportation, and personal expenses while still saving for anticipated future needs and developing an emergency fund for irregular expenses

Additional Resources

CAP Services

CAP offers innovative and effective programs developed and maintained with input from the people we serve.

CAP offers:

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline

The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline is a national network of local crisis centers that provides free and confidential emotional support to people in suicidal crisis or emotional distress 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. 

Portage County Medical Centers

National Institutes of Health

National Alliance of Mental Illness

MyMoney.gov offers a variety of resources for all ages, including budgeting worksheets, wellness checklists, and more.

 

Coping with Work Stress:

The American Institute of Stress provides resources and materials for identifying and coping with stress. Have work stress? Read the Top 5 Workplace Stress Busting Tips.

Coping with Work Stress information from the Mayo Clinic.

Coping with Work Stress information from the American Psychological Association.