Be Well at Work

Faculty/Staff Health Programs at UC Berkeley

Be Well at Work homedisability management servicesemployee assistanceelder careergonomicsoccupational healthwellnesswork life

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Virtual Faculty and Staff Monthly Meditation

Virtually: First Wednesday of each Month, 12:15 pm - 12:45 pm & Third Thursday of each Month, 2 pm - 2:20 pm

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Monthly Faculty and Staff BIPOC Support Group

Meets every 2nd Tuesday of the Month, 12 - 12:50 pm via zoom. Begins Tuesday, October 10th

Be Well at Work Faculty/Staff Health Programs improve employee health and well-being, leading to a more engaged and productive workforce. 

This is accomplished by providing prevention services addressing ergonomics, wellness, and work/life through a continuum of treatment services from employee assistance, to occupational health, and disability services. Read about each program below.  

Disability Management

  • Disability Management provides employees and departments with a full range of disability-related assistance and consultation, including workers’ compensation, injury prevention, return to work, transitional work, reasonable accommodation, and departmental training.
  • View upcoming events

Employee Assistance

Elder Care


  • The Ergonomics Program promotes healthy campus work environments through workshops, consultation and coordination of the campus network of departmental computer workstation evaluators. Our goal is to help fit jobs to people.
  • Contact the Ergonomics Program by emailing
  • See upcoming events

Occupational Health

  • Occupational Health provides a full scope of services for employees at the University of California, Berkeley including treatment for work-related injuries, screenings for occupational needs, and information concerning health-related occupational hazards.
  • To schedule an appointment, please call (510) 642-6891 for work-related injuries or illnesses. Appointments are available Monday-Friday, 8 am-5 pm. 



  • The Work/Life Program identifies and recommends policies and practices, and develops services and programs that enable faculty and staff to be productive members of the campus community while meeting personal and family obligations.
  • If you need parenting, familial, or financial wellness resources, please contact Karen Patchell at or call 510 642 8659.
  • Join the Work/Life listserv

If you require an accommodation for effective communication (ASL interpreting/CART captioning, etc.) to fully access our services, please email