|Overall Rating||Silver - expired|
|Submission Date||Jan. 11, 2016|
PA-11: Wellness Program
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Director Health Promotion and Wellness Services
Division of Student Affairs
Does the institution make counseling, referral, and wellbeing services available to all members of the following groups?:
|Yes or No|
A brief description of the institution’s wellness and/or employee assistance program(s):
Employees who elect to take advantage of the "Healthy Tigers Initiative" can earn a $25.00 per month credit on their health insurance premiums (up to $300.00 per calendar year) by participating in a free annual health and wellness screening program that is provided through the Auburn University Pharmaceutical Care Center (AUPCC). The health screenings include completing a short health and wellness questionnaire; having a fingerstick blood test performed to check cholesterol and blood sugar levels; getting a blood pressure measurement; weight, body mass index (BMI), and percent body fat analysis. In addition to the employee screening, spouses who are covered under the AU BCBS insurance (family plan or "employee + spouse") are required to be screened in order for the employee to be qualified for the benefit year.
Employee Assistance Program
Most human problems can be successfully treated or resolved, if identified early, and appropriate action or care provided. This applies whether the problem is emotional, marital or family, legal, financial, alcohol or drug related, or any other undetected behavioral/medical problem. The purpose of EAP is to assure employees that if such personal problems are the cause of deteriorating job performance, they will receive an offer of assistance to help resolve such problems in an effective and confidential manner through the services of the Employee Assistance Program.
The Division of Student Affairs provides a Health Promotion and Wellness Services program.
Self-Care programming includes: Attitude, Self-Esteem and Body Image; Exercise & Physical Fitness; Sexual Health and Decision-Making; Stress Reduction & Relaxation; Alcohol, Drugs, Tobacco; Nutrition; Sleep; Mental Health; Personal Safety.
Relationships programs include: Sexual Assault & Consent; Romantic Relationships; Friendships & Family; Assertiveness; Anger Management; Conflict Resolution; Respect for Others.
Community programs cover: Social Life; Cultural Competence; Religion & Spirituality; Social Justice; Campus Involvement and Volunteering.
The website URL where information about the institution's wellness program(s) is available:
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