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WFF Health Unit Services
These are some of the services offered at the WFF Health Unit.
EMPLOYEES ELIGIBLE TO RECEIVE SUPPORT/SERVICES/COVERAGE
- Annual health reviews.
- Complete physical exams.
- Treatment for on-the-job injury or illness.
- Stress tests.
- Traveler's health services.
- Immunizations and allergy shots.
Speaking of allergies, click here to view an allergy presentation given by Dr. Ifeyinwa Okocha from the Allergy & Asthma Center.
Employee Assistance Program
The NASA WFF Employee Assistance Program (EAP) is a Civil Servant resource that offers confidential psychological assessment and referral and short-term counseling for issues related to work and family. The EAP is available to NASA Civil Servants and their immediate families.
The goal of the EAP is to provide assistance and treatment to those who are experiencing personal problems. Examples include, but are not limited to, alcoholism, marital problems, financial problems, depression, stress, anxiety, and drug abuse.
The current WFF EAP provider is Federal Occupational Health (FOH):
- A network of over 30 providers is available locally (e.g., Nassawadox, Melfa, Salisbury, Berlin, etc.).
- For 24/7 assistance, call 1-800-222-0364. In case of an emergency, call 911.
MONTHLY EAP CAMPAIGN!!!!
Employee Assistance Program March 2020 Campaign: Reignite Your Passion and Avoid Burnout
Reignite Your Passion and Avoid Burnout
At the start of a new job, we tend to feel passionate about the work, eager to dive into each day, and find gratification in contributing to the agency’s mission. Over time, however, things can change – whether the workload increases, and we become overwhelmed and stressed, or we find that we’re no longer challenged by or interested in the work, which in turn leads to disengagement and boredom. In either case, the result is burnout, which is a state of physical and emotional exhaustion that can negatively affect stress levels, productivity, and overall well-being. Find out whether you’re at risk of burnout and what you can do about it.
This month’s issue of Campaign features:
- A self-test to determine your risk of being burned out
- Ways to avoid and cope with burnout
For previous Campaign information please click the following link: https://foh.psc.gov/fohservices/bhs/campaigns.html
Reminder - EAP services include:
- Supervisor orientation
- EAP orientation
- Health and wellness presentations
- On-line EAP orientations
- On-line presentations (stress and change management)
- Management and risk consultations
- Critical incident stress management and grief debriefing
- Legal and financial services
- Emergency consultations available for contractors
Below are a number of handouts from FOH, including many from its Antidote for Stress series:
- Tips for Balancing Work and Personal Life
- Schedule and Write
- Controlled Breathing
- Progressive Muscle Relaxation
- Positive Imagery
- Eat a Healthy Balanced Diet
- Get a Good Night Sleep
- Build and Maintain Social Supports
The EAP is a voluntary and confidential employee benefit available to you and your family at no cost. Call our EAP experts or visit http://www.FOH4you.com today.
For additional information, please contact the WFF Health Unit at 757-824-1266.
24/7 assistance is just a call or a click away!
The EAP offers 24/7 confidential assessment, referral, and short-term consultation for any personal concern.
24 hours a day: