Our mission to enhance your satisfaction and wellness is supported by many resources on campus, in the community, and for family care. Explore the many benefits of being a member of the Washington University community.


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OFD Library & Recommendations

Books recommended and/or offered by the OFD

Office of the Ombuds

Helping School of Medicine members resolve conflicts

The Office of the Ombuds is a resource for faculty members and medical students that offers assistance in the informal resolution of work-related conflicts, advocates for fair treatment and process, and follows four distinctive principles of confidentiality, independence, impartiality/neutrality, informality.

Senior Resource Guide

The St. Louis Times’ Senior Resource Guide, the area’s largest searchable database of resources for older adults.

Sumers Recreation Center

Located on Danforth Campus

TLC for Kids

TLC is dedicated to helping parents, nannies, and childcare providers find the right solutions to achieve a flexible, reliable work family balance. We do that by providing a very personal, professional and thoughtful approach to working with not only our client families but also with our nannies and babysitters who all believe that family comes first.

Washington University Family Learning Center

Childcare located on WashU North Campus

Wellness Connection

Wellness Connection programs are designed to help employees thrive at work and outside of work.

Work-Life Balance

Work-Life Solutions

Formerly Employee Assistance Program (EAP)

Work-Life Solutions, formerly known as Employee Assistance Program (EAP), offers free, confidential, 24/7 support, resources and information for every aspect of your life.

WU Physicians Primary Care

This group of select pediatric and adult providers, who include our Washington University Clinical Associates (WUCA), has the technological and consultative support of Washington University specialists and shares the same excellence in care. You can see our primary care physicians at the following practices.