Contact Amber Karels if you are interested in joining the Staff Wellness Committee.
Staff Wellness 2022-2023 Calendar
Here is some of the fun you can expect from the Staff Wellness Committee this year:
December - Hold the Stuffing
March - March Into Wellness Walking
April - Wellness Bingo
Quarterly - Watch for Healthy Snacks in the Break Rooms
Staff Wellness News & Resources:
March 2023 Well Well Well
April 2023 Well Well Well
May 2023 Well Well Well
Book Club Tip:
Borrow e-books and audiobooks completely free from your
local library right on your phone or tablet with the Libby app.
Visit your local library for a card, then download the app and register:
Get more information from:
Traverse des Sioux (Le Sueur, Waseca, and Blue Earth Counties)
Southeast Library System (Rice County)
Bonus: Access even more free titles in the Libby app by
registering your local card with the Hennepin County Library.
A Year from Now You'll Wish You Had Started Today!
Looking for a program to help manage your weight and overall health?
Both of our employer sponsored health insurance policies cover OMADA
for qualifying participants.
Contact HR for more information.
Employee Assistance Program (EAP)
Everyday life can be stressful and can affect your health, well-being, and
performance. Fortunately, our Employee Assistance Program can aid in
When facing personal problems--mental health challenges, financial or legal
concerns, relationship conflicts, substance abuse, childcare or eldercare--
you might struggle with where to turn for help.
The first step is usually the hardest and guidance is often the key. That is why
our EAP offers a confidential place to find answers that work for you.
EAP services are available two ways:
Staff Wellness Resources:
Here are some of our staff favoritesWhere do you go online for Healthy Recipes?
Clean and Delicious
Have a Plant
Where do you go online for Exercise?
Yoga with Adriene on YouTube
Where do you go online for Stress Management?Virtual Calming Space
Change to Chill
Add New Flavor to Your Cooking
Do you like the idea of trying new recipes offered by meal delivery services, but
not the price tag? Many of them offer free access to their recipes.
Trying new and exciting recipes is a great way to get out of a fast food rut or break
the habit of reaching for processed foods.
Did you know that Heart Disease is the leading cause of death for
Americans in both men and women across nearly all races and
ethnicities? Healthy diet, moderate physical activity, low stress, and
smoking cessation are important steps to lowering your risk of heart
disease. And the younger you start, the better!
||The Waterville-Elysian-Morristown Wellness Program was made possible with funding from the Health Insurance Pool and participation in the Wellness Program offered through South Central Service Cooperative.