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This program has been developed by our Employee Wellness team! View the resources available to you on the main UVM Campus, as well as resources that can be utilized within your own individual offices!

Employee Assistance Programs (Invest EAP)

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Invest EAP is a Vermont-based public and private non-profit collaborative. Invest EAP provides short-term counseling and referral, management consultation, training and resource information. Visit Invest EAP to view all resources.

A login may be created using the organizational password: UVM. UVM Employees may also book appointments via phone or zoom. View flyer (PDF) for phone and zoom appointments.

Covid-19 Specific Assistance

Who: Employees, Dependents & Household Members
Cost: Free to UVM Employees, Dependents & Household Members
View Flyer (PDF)

Free Employee Wellness Fitness Classes (Now Virtual)

Campus Recreation

Check out our FREE Employee Wellness classes! Classes are provided in partnership with Campus Recreation and follow the UVM Holiday Schedule. Please take note of any additional cancellations or location changes below.

Attention

All in-person Employee Wellness classes (Group Training and Yoga) are being held virtually until further notice. These classes are being live streamed on ZOOM and then saved on the Campus Recreation YouTube Channel for you to watch at your convenience. 
 
Visit Campus Recreation for more information and the schedule. 

Epic Wellness: On-Site Chiropractic Care

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Employees covered on the UVM healthcare plan with BCBSVT have up to 12 covered visits with a $20 specialty copay. UVM Employee Wellness collaborates with one of our wellness partners, Epic Wellness, to bring you the convenience of this on-site care!

This service is temporary suspended until further notice. 

Campus Walking Map

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Grab your colleagues and head out for a walk on your next break! Whatever your reason to beginning a walking routine, walking has a great reputation as an ideal way to incorporate regular activity into your daily routine without a lot of added cost. This makes walking fun and easy. The whole body effects of walking include:

  • increased energy
  • improved ability to manage stress
  • lowers blood pressure
  • promotes better sleep
  • burns calories and raises metabolism
  • promotes cardiovascular health
  • helps you to keep your chronic illness in check.
  • increased bone health

View the Campus Walking Map (pdf)

Stretching Tutorial

View this stretching tutorial or print out this poster (PDF) for your break room! It's important to keep your muscles limber, especially if you have a desk job. Stretching can:

  • Decrease your risk of injuries
  • Help your joints move through their full range of motion
  • Provide stress relief and reduce tension headaches
  • Help improve your posture