Work/Life Integration

Human Resources

Health and Well-Being

UC recognizes that the success of the University's mission is critically linked to the physical health and well being of the faculty, staff and their family members. The University offers a number of wellness services and resources to faculty, staff and students, including employee assistance, disability assistance, ergonomics, health and wellness, work-related medical treatment and work/life services.

Cal Rec Club

The Cal Rec Club is one of the Bay Area's most complete sports and fitness membership programs open to Cal students, faculty, staff and the community. The Stadium Fitness Center, one of the many Cal Rec Club Facilities, is conveniently located right across Haas. For information about membership and fees for staff and faculty click here.

Health Matters

Health*Matters Wellness Program, in partnership with several campus departments, strives to foster a healthy work environment and to provide tools and resources to enhance and support the health and well-being of faculty, staff and their families.

University Health Services Faculty/Staff Programs

University Health Services Faculty/Staff Programs provide services including employee assistance, disability assistance, ergonomics, health and wellness, work-related medical treatment and work/life services.

CARE Services

CARE Services offers assistance with a wide range of issues, including: child and teenager problems, work related stress, elder and dependent adult care, and more. In addition to services to individuals, CARE Services also provides free and confidential consultation and training services for faculty and staff management and campus administration related to behavioral health problems such as mental illness, chemical dependency, interpersonal problems, employee deaths, threats of violence, work stress and change management, etc., that impact workplace functioning.

Counseling and Psychological Services at Haas

Dr. Don Capone, a UC Berkeley licensed psychologist, holds office hours at Haas in F408. If you are in need of a consultation, regular counseling sessions or referrals, please contact him at dcapone@berkeley.edu to arrange an appointment. His services are free and confidential.