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Below are the Individual Action Plan options for 2017. Review our options and select the best choice to help you live well while saving on your health care expenses.

Sign up for a Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) delivery with the CSA@Work program and enjoy fresh, local vegetables and fruits delivered to you each week from June to November. To earn Healthy Incentives gold, sign up by June 1 (and pay in full by August 4) for a season-long CSA share at select King County worksites in addition to completing your wellness assessment. Learn more about this individual action plan here.

Note: Only King County employees – not covered spouses or partners – may receive Healthy Incentives credit for the CSA@Work program. Employees must select a King County CSA worksite pickup to be eligible for Healthy Incentives credit.

 


Time out for Health has been discontinued, but StayWell is offering two new online programs to track and improve your health.  You can choose the one that fits your goals and needs the best.  Just complete one program by July 31st. Learn more about these programs.

Learn specific skills to help you manage chronic health conditions one step at a time.  These workshops of six weekly sessions are designed for people with long-term health conditions such as high blood pressure, heart disease, chronic pain, diabetes and anxiety. Complete at least four workshop sessions to complete this Individual Action Plan. For in-person workshops, consult the schedule at kingcounty.gov/HealthyIncentives.  For the online workshop program, known as Better Choices, Better Health, start by June 12More information here.


Set achievable goals and track your progress toward success. Focus on exercise, nutrition, or stress management. Set realistic goals and track at least three activities per week for six weeks to complete. Request a plan by calling King County Benefits, Payroll and Retirement Operations at 206-684-1556, or emailing KC.Benefits@kingcounty.gov. You must use an original Paper Individual Action Plan with a barcode (photocopies and other activity logs will not be accepted). The last day to request paper is June 19.  Learn more about the paper individual action plan.

 


Choose six different park activities from a list of more than 40. All fitness levels will enjoy discovering the parks. Count no more than one park activity per week. Report the code word at the end point of each activity by either paper or text. Start by June 19. Register now, or learn more about this program

 

Get the support you need to help you quit. Work with a quit coach over the phone to help set goals, learn from past quit attempts and set a quit date. Participate in five calls with a quit coach by July 31 to complete this Individual Action Plan.  More details and registration information.

Text your activity anytime from anywhere. Opt in to receive motivational texts. Text three activities per week for six weeks to complete. Start by June 19More information here.

 

Weight Watchers® offers weight management programs that encourage healthy eating, increased physical activity and healthy weight management behaviors. King County will pay half of your membership. Participate online, at work, or in community meetings. Attend six sessions by July 31 to complete.  Learn how to get your subsidy and sign up here. 

Please Note:

This program does not apply to ATU Local 587 members. Please refer to separate communications directed to ATU members.

 

Find your Healthy Incentives ID number:

  • From your letter mailed to your home in early January
  • In PeopleSoft under the MyBenefits section
  • By calling Benefits at 206-684-1556