In 2019, Balanced You funded the second year of the Worksite Fund mini-grant, an opportunity for employees around the County to apply to make healthy changes in their workplace. Employees helped us learn about the work they do and shared creative ideas to improve health, well-being and safety at their worksites. Altogether, we received over... Continue Reading →
Balanced You knows getting to the doctor’s office isn’t always easy. That’s why King County employees and family members enrolled in Regence and Kaiser medical plans now have access to a convenient option for health care: telehealth visits that allow you to access board-certified, trained medical providers using your smartphone, tablet, or personal computer, without... Continue Reading →
Balanced You knows that financial wellness is important to you and your well-being. As such, we have partnered with My Secure Advantage (MSA), a financial wellness program that is available free-of-charge to King County employees. As a King County employee, you are eligible for 90 days of confidential, unbiased money coaching through MSA every year.... Continue Reading →
Every fall, King County’s Balanced You program provides worksite flu shot clinics for employees. In response to employee feedback, we expanded this year’s program by adding late afternoon clinic times, four new worksites, and more staff to better reach employees. Over the course of six weeks, we traveled to Woodinville, Auburn, Maple Valley and several worksites in... Continue Reading →
Register here.Would you like to stress less this year? Give one of our popular mindfulness classes a try! Balanced You has partnered with Mindfulness Northwest to offer classes at county worksites, online, or in the community. Classes are available to King County employees free-of-charge, subject to availability. See the January to March 2020 calendar below.... Continue Reading →
WW is a reimagined, flexible approach to improving overall wellness. Weight Watchers has reshaped its old diet model and now focuses on creating a healthier relationship with food and mood. What hasn’t changed? King County still pays for half of your membership.