Employee Wellness Program
Wellness Program Services
Confidential Health Risk Assessments
Several confidential, online mini health risk assessments to help identify health risks and to better understand your current health status. Take one, several or all the health risk assessments to help increase your readiness for change, identify areas you need to work on and help create concrete goals for improving your health. These tools are not meant to diagnose or eliminate the need to see a doctor, they are merely health assessment tools meant to identify risk to motivate healthy behavioral actions. Registration required to access health assessments or you can contact a health coach from Healthy Adventures Foundation by email firstname.lastname@example.org or call (619) 466-4386. A username and password will be required to access the online health assessments which will be provided by Healthy Adventures to eligible employees.
Free & Confidential Personal Health Coaching Services
Work one on one with a health coach from Healthy Adventures Foundation to help you improve your health and wellness! Areas of service include nutrition, fitness, physical activity, behavior modification, injury and disease management strategies, stress management, support, expert guidance, and more. Take the Health Status Survey to see if you qualify for these additional services! Registration required to take the eligibility quiz or you can contact a health coach from Healthy Adventures Foundation by email email@example.com or call (619) 466-4386. A username and password will be required to access the health coaching services which will be provided by Healthy Adventures to eligible employees.
You will receive a newsletter by email each month "firstname.lastname@example.org" (Health Adventures Foundation). This newsletter will contain upcoming events, important health related resources, a featured wellness topic for the month, exciting recipes and tips.
Walking maps of the Oceanside and San Elijo campuses have been created to show you ways you can work in more steps throughout your work day. Walking Map Exercises
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