There are amazing mental health resources at your fingertips as a King County employee, but it can be a little time-consuming to understand which one is the right choice for your situation. Balanced You encourages employees to utilize two free resources, Employee Assistance Program (EAP) and Making Life Easier (MLE). EAP is a confidential counseling... Continue Reading →
Mindfulness classes have remained popular among employees, providing many with tools to navigate the stress and uncertainty of the pandemic. Last year, Balanced You worked with Mindfulness Northwest to develop a series of free mindfulness videos for King County employees. We are excited to share new uploaded videos to practice mindfulness wherever you are. What... Continue Reading →
Balanced You has partnered with My Secure Advantage (MSA) to provide a complete financial wellness benefit to all employees. By connecting with a personal Money Coach, you can build a stronger and more secure future no matter where you are in your financial journey. 3 Important Things to Know ❶ No two stories are alike, and... Continue Reading →
With the ongoing stress and uncertainty of the pandemic, mental health care has become a priority for many people’s well-being. As a King County Employee, you have access to comprehensive health care coverage, including mental health coverage. Balanced You recognizes it can be overwhelming to keep track of all the benefits available to you and... Continue Reading →
The Alaskan Way Viaduct is now closed. While many King County employees can adjust their schedules or telecommute to ease the burden, many of us cannot. Learn about resources and programs offered by King County and Balanced You to support you in reducing stress.
Mindfulness classes offered at work, in the community, or online. Check out the schedule and sign up today!
Looking for a midday yoga class at work? A gentle, all-levels class is offered twice per week at King Street Center. Let by a community-based instructor, Jonna Duvernoy, this class is available to all County employees.
Need an easy way to save money? Each year during Open Enrollment—Nov. 1–15—you can enroll in a Flexible Spending Account (FSA).