Health and Wellness

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Health and Wellness Program

DFAS promotes a healthy working environment and lifestyle. We sponsor a variety of fitness activities such as bi-annual Walks with the Director, weight loss competitions, fitness challenges, fitness classes, flu vaccines, health risk assessments, and health and wellness fairs.

Several DFAS locations also have on-site physical fitness centers. Facilities at the fitness centers include:

  • Fitness machines
  • Indoor and/or outdoor tracks
  • Judo/aerobics rooms
  • Basketball courts
  • Racquetball courts
  • Volleyball courts
  • Weights
  • Swimming pools

Employee Assistance Program

In today’s society, employees are busy juggling work and family and it is not unusual to encounter difficulties with stress, family, relationships, alcohol, work or other concerns, which can have an effect on your overall quality of life.

To address these concerns, DFAS partners with Federal Occupational Health (FOH), to provide employees with a wide range of Employee Assistance Program (EAP) services at no cost. All appointments are confidential. Services available:

  • Child & Elder Care search tool
  • On-Line presentations
  • EAP Information & Services
  • Self-Assessment Tools
  • Mental Health Articles

Visit the EAP Website

Family Events

All DFAS locations have social events such as picnics, golf outings, holiday parties and Morale Welfare Recreation activities to help foster the rich tradition of balancing work and family life.

Giving Back

DFAS participates in the annual Feds Feed Families drive. Last year DFAS employees donated close to 100,000 pounds of food to local food banks.  We also partner with organizations to collect donations of food, clothing, coats, linens, school supplies and toys throughout the year.
DFAS also partners with the American Red Cross to conduct regularly scheduled blood drives. Donors are given leave to donate blood and recuperate.


Page updated June 17, 2016