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 you in living well.


About the Well Wisconsin Incentive Program

​The Well Wisconsin incentive is the uniform wellness benefit available to employees and their spouses currently enrolled in the State of Wisconsin Group Health Insurance Program. To earn your 2020 $150 incentive gift card, please complete these three steps by October 9, 2020:


·         Step 1: Complete a health screening (Or health care provider form)

·         Step 2: Complete the StayWell health assessment via the StayWell Wellness Portal

·         Step 3: Complete a StayWell well-being activity

Employees and spouses can complete these steps and access additional tools and resources, including free one-on-one health coaching, the Million Steps Challenge and more via the StayWell Wellness Portal.

Note:  Participants in this program may receive outreach calls from StayWell offering to enroll the employee or spouse in the voluntary health coaching or disease management programs. These programs are free and confidential. If you do not wish to participate in StayWell's health coaching, simply ask to be removed from StayWell's outreach call list.


New for 2020​​

  • ​Updated Wellness Portal: The most notable change for 2020 is the updated StayWell Wellness Portal. Not only can you expect a new dashboard, but the updated portal features new challenges, new goal tracking and updated features to help employees reach their health and wellness goals. It’s important to note that with the upgrade to the new portal, both new and returning users will need to register and create a new Staywell account.

  • Expanded Access for non-health enrolled employees:StayWell Wellness Portal access and select wellness resources are now available to ALL Wisconsin Retirement System (WRS) eligible state employees, regardless of participation in the State of Wisconsin Group Health Insurance program.

  • Wellness App: Access the Well Wisconsin program directly from your mobile device with the new Wellness app. Search My StayWell on your device’s application store to download.

  • Well Wisconsin Radio: Well Wisconsin Radio features monthly interviews on various health topics with experts from around the state. More information is located on the StayWell Wellness Portal.

  • Learn More: View this new program video for a preview of the 2020 program and check out the FAQ’s posted to the portal.

If there are any questions on the portal or incentive status, the StayWell HelpLine is here to help. The HelpLine can be reached by phone (1-800-821-6591), email at wellwisconsin.staywell.com or HelpChat, located on the lower righthand corner of the StayWell Portal.  You may also contact your agency Wellness Champion for assistance.

​​Attending On-Site Health Screenings​​​

You may attend an on-site health screening hosted by your employer during your regular work hours for no loss of pay with prior approval from a supervisor. For more details, please review the Department of Administration Division of Personnel Management policy on this topic.

For more information:

Contact the StayWell HelpLine at 800-821-6591 or wellwisconsin@staywell.com or visit StayWell's Frequently Asked Questions.

The deadline for the 2019 Well Wisconsin incentive was October 11, 2019. If you have questions about the status of your 2019 incentive view the "My Well Wisconsin Incentive" in your StayWell wellness portal account or contact the StayWell HelpLine. 

Is the $150 gift card taxable income?

Yes. All incentives paid to participants of the State of Wisconsin Group Health Insurance Programs are considered taxable income to the group health plan subscriber and are reported to your employer for tax purposes. Contact your employer with questions about when the incentive will be reported on your paystub or questions about the tax withholdings.

Health information, including responses to the health assessment, are protected by federal law and will never be shared with your employer, ETF or the group health insurance board. Learn more about your privacy by reviewing StayWell's Privacy Statement and ETF's Notice for Wellness Programs.

For more information:

Contact the StayWell Helpline at 800-821-6591 or wellwisconsin@staywell.com or visit StayWell's Frequently Asked Questions.

oard. Learn more about your privacy by reviewing StayWell's Privacy Statement and ETF's Notice for Wellness Programs.

​​​State Employee Assistance Program

FEI Workforce Resilience

The employee assistance program (EAP) is a confidential, voluntary program to assist State of WI employees, and their families, experiencing personal and work-related issues. You can access a vast amount of information regarding FEI Workforce Resilience and their services on their website at https://www.feieap.com. A company password is required.  Email doaeapprogram@wisconsin.gov to receive the password. You may also contact FEI Workforce Resilience 24/7 by phone at 1-866-274-4723.

Comprehensive, confidential services are available to you and your family through FEI Workforce Resilience, including counseling, financial consultation, legal consultation and so much more. Counseling can be provided telephonically and/or face-to-face sessions, depending on your needs and may include:

·         Stress, depression, and personal problems

·         Balancing work and personal needs

·         Family and relationship concerns

·         Alcohol or drug dependency

·         Workplace conflicts

Other available services include financial consultation and resources from a consumer credit counselor to set up a budget, obtain and review credit report information, assist with debt management and consolidation and more. In addition, legal consultation with an attorney is available either over the phone or face-to-face for consumer law, traffic citations and fender benders, family law, estate planning and more.

Privacy: FEI Workforce Resilience is governed by state and federal laws requiring confidentiality of client records. "Confidential" means that information given to FEI Workforce Resilience 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