WashU Crisis Response Employee Fund Re-Opens
Application deadline is October 30, 2020
In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the WashU Crisis Response Employee Fund was created to assist those facing economic hardship in these unprecedented times. Benefits-eligible employees of WashU are eligible to apply for assistance with pandemic-related expenses and in order to meet their essential needs. Expenses eligible for funding include housing, food, medical expenses for treatments and medications, and childcare expenses.
The Fund will accept applications for expenses incurred between August 1, 2020 – November 30, 2020. Employees can apply for funds beginning Monday, October 12, 2020 and the application period will run through Friday, October 30.
Feuerstein Health and Wellness Information CenterWellness
The Irwin M. and Laura J. Feuerstein Health & Wellness Information Center, located on the first floor of the Bernard Becker Medical Library, is a campus resource for the Washington University community. The center provides access to printed and electronic health information you can trust and promotes programs and campus events on wellness and healthy living to benefit our staff, students and faculty.
The Health & Wellness Information Portal is a gateway to some of the most credible and authoritative information resources as selected by the staff of Becker Medical Library and the Family Resource Center at St. Louis Children’s Hospital.