Piedmont Plaza II, near Five Points
Assessment, referral, and follow-up services for:
Family and marital problems
Home financial concerns
Anxiety, grief, and depression
Appointments and services are strictly confidential.
Full-time faculty and staff members and their immediate families are eligible.
Medical Bill Saver™
Senior Care and Special Needs
Your eligible family members (spouse, dependent children, parents, and parents-in-law) may also use these services.
The Healthy Exercise and Lifestyle Programs (HELPS) offer 12 weeks of professionally supervised chronic disease prevention education, along with the Weight Management Program.
Wake Forest sponsors tobacco cessation classes through the year.
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Child Care Resource Center
(336) 245-4900 or (800) 937-7610
The provider learns your specific child care needs and then provides you with a list of child care options that meets all applicable state and local standards. Identify yourself as a WFU employee to ensure you receive full benefits of this service.
Description of care provided
Special needs services
Wake Forest Baptist Health, Bright Horizons
Senior Services: Elder Care Choices
(account: Wake Forest University; password: caregiver)
You may contact a counselor Monday through Friday, as many times as needed, about any older adult you are assisting with care. All counselors are Senior Health Insurance Information Program (SHIIP) certified.
Identifying needs for loved ones
Locating resources for older adults living anywhere in the United States
Creating a comprehensive referral package, including profiles of services
Providing assistance with Medicare questions and choosing plans
Wake Forest University Human Resources
2598 Reynolda Rd, Winston-Salem, NC 27106 | P.O. Box 7424
AskHR@wfu.edu | P (336) 758-4700 | F (336) 758-6127
Se habla español.