Wellness Program

The Snohomish County Wellness Program offers resources and programs to support employee wellbeing through the six dimensions of wellness: occupational, physical, social, intellectual, spiritual, and emotional. Wellbeing is broadly defined, and it is our goal to provide different options for participation so that everyone can find something that suits their interests and needs to enjoy a better life-work balance. 

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Programs, Resources, & Tools

Employee Assistance Program (EAP)- access free and confidential counseling/consultations for employees and family members at any time of day. The EAP also offers parenting resources, legal benefits, financial services, fraud protection, daily living research assistance, stress assessments, and more.

Healthy Habits - earn up to $125 annually for participating in this self-paced program. Incentives are provided for participation that encourages impactful lifestyle changes, preventative care, and financial wellness engagement.

Wellness Classes - live and on-demand classes are offered that cover a variety of wellness topics such as nutrition, life-work balance, retirement planning, financial wellbeing, and much more!

Telehealth - programs are available through Regence and Kaiser that allow you to schedule phone or video appointments that suit your schedule from the comfort of home or wherever is convenient for you.

Nutritional Counseling - covered under medical plans through the County (co-pay or coinsurance may apply, refer to your medical plan booklet for details)

Discounts (Regence BlueShield / Kaiser Permanente) - sign into your medical provider account to access discounts on fitness equipment like Fitbit and Garmin, $25 monthly memberships to fitness centers, ClassPass exercise classes online (through Kaiser) and more!

Smoking Cessation Services - free enrollment with tips, advice, and support delivered in your preferred method (email, chat, phone calls).

Preventative Care
Preventive care and early detection are important for your long-term health. But preventive care is more than just an annual wellness exam. Preventive care includes tests and screenings for obesity, cancer, cholesterol, depression, blood pressure, and much more. Certain vaccinations and prescription drugs, such as contraceptives and tobacco cessation products are also included. Many programs are available through Regence and Kaiser to help you manage your health.

We encourage you to visit the Wellness Program in SnoCo Connect (for employees only) to learn more about the programs and resources which are available to regular County Employees. Email or call 425-388-3411 x 0 for assistance or questions.