Wellness & Employee Assistance Program (EAP)

 

Employee health and well-being is important to the State of Wisconsin. We encourage employees to utilize the many well-being tools and resources available through the State of Wisconsin's Group Health Insurance Program including the Well Wisconsin incentive program to support your health and wellbeing goals.​ 

About the Well Wisconsin

Well Wisconsin is the uniform wellness benefit available to employees and their spouse currently enrolled in the State of Wisconsin Group Health Insurance Program. The program offers resources to assist with maintenance or improvement of your health and well-being and offers the opportunity to earn a $150 incentive for both you and your covered spouse. The program is voluntary and provided at no cost.

To access the Well Wisconsin Program, please visit the WebMD One Portal to create an account. You may also download the Wellness at Your Side mobile app through the App Store or on Google Play, connection code: SOWI.

Not enrolled in the State of Wisconsin Group Health Insurance Program? All WRS-eligible State employees (excluding spouses) have access to the WebMD One Portal and a variety of the free tools and resources available.*

​How to earn the $150 incentive

To earn the $150 incentive gift card, participants must complete a health assessment, health check and one well-being activity by mid-October**

  • Step 1: Complete the WebMD One online Health Assessment
  • Step 2: Complete a health check. 
    • Options include:
      • Onsite biometric screening
      • Health Care Provider Form
      • Home Test Kit
      • Dental cleaning
      • Health coaching session
  • Step 3: Complete one well-being activity
    • Options can be viewed on the WebMD ONE portal

Employees and spouses can complete these step and access additional tools and resources, including free one-on-one health coaching, wellbeing challenges and more via the WebMD One Portal.

*Non-enrolled employees are not eligible for the $150 incentive or fee-based resources available on the portal including: health screenings, health coaching, or certain pilot programs that may run throughout the year.

**Check the ETF Well Wisconsin Member website for the deadline each year and for additional information about the Well Wisconsin Program.


​​For more information:

To learn more about the Well Wisconsin Program and all that it has to offer, please visit the ETF Well Wisconsin for Members website.

For information regarding the privacy and confidentiality of the Well Wisconsin Program, please review WebMD's Privacy PolicyTerms of Use, and Privacy Video.

For other questions, please contact WebMD's Support Staff at 1-800-821-6591, or visit the Well Wisconsin Portal for further information. 


State Employee Assistance Program (EAP) Overview​


The Employee Assistance Program (EAP) provides State of Wisconsin employees and their household family members free and confidential support 24 hours a day, seven days a week for a variety of issues – ranging from everyday matters to more serious concerns including:​

  • Work-life stresses
  • Anxiety, depression or other mood disorders
  • Relationship or other family problems, including divorce and abuse
  • Substance abuse
  • Parenting/Caregiver support
  • Legal and financial guidance
  • Convenience services

Effective 1/1/2021, EAP services for state employees are administered by Kepro. To arrange confidential assistance, or to access a variety of tools and resources please contact Kepro at:​

  • Phone: 833-539-7285 or 877-334-0489 (TTY)
  • Website: https://sowi.mylifeexpert.com
    • Note: All users will be required to create an account at first log in, which allows for site customization, ability to save information and access to live chat support. To receive the company code please contact doaeapprogram@wisconsin.gov

Additional EAP Resources:

Privacy: Kepro is governed by state and federal laws requiring confidentiality of client records. "Confidential" means that information given to Kepro may NOT be released to anyone without your permission in advance. Not even your spouse can call to get information without your permission.


The statewide Employee Assistance Program operates under Executive Order #26, dated 2003, from the Office of the Governor of the State of Wisconsin.​​​​​​