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As the State employee and retiree wellness program, we are always looking for resources to share! LiveWell has partnered with other state agencies as well as external organizations to provide you with the best resources to support your wellbeing. If you would like to add to our list or find gaps in our offerings, please email: dhr.livewellvermont@vermont.gov.

 

 

Livongo

 Click here for the new resources available for this month. 

Click here for previous health highlights

Livongo is a holistic program that empowers people with certain health challenges to live better and do more. If you have type 1 or type 2 diabetes  and /or high blood pressure, Livongo is for you! Livongo can make it easier to manage your condition(s), giving you the support, tools, and feedback you need when you need them most. The best part? There is no cost to you. Livongo is currently only available to those employees and retirees in the health plan through the Stateas well as their covered dependents.

SOV specific contact information:

Online registration: get.livongo.com/STATEOFVERMONT

Registration code: STATEOFVERMONT or call (800) 945-4355.

 

Blue Cross VT

BCBSVT offers a suite of wellness and health management programs, designed to help our members achieve and maintain heath at every stage of life. 

View our calendar of events for the most up-to-date community events and fitness classes to attend.

BCBSVT Your Health & Wellness Guidance

Click here for monthly newsletters from Cerner

BCBSVT Member Resource Center

website banner with logo for Amwell

Convenient, on-demand medical care that saves time and money

Blue Cross Blue Shield of Vermont offers telemedicine services through Amwell®, a nationally acclaimed telemedicine vendor, to provide you with access to care 24/7, wherever you are. Within minutes you can easily connect with a licensed, board certified doctor through a secure, HIPAA compliant live video feed, using your computer, tablet or smart phone. It's easy, private and secure!

This resource is available to all State of VT Employees who participate in the Blue Cross Blue Shield of Vermont Health Insurance Plan through SOV, and the spouses/dependents on their plan.

Members can now access their account or sign up for telemedicine services at bluecrossvt.amwell.com. When logging in or registering, use the service key VERMONT to see all services available to Blue Cross Vermont members. 

Click for a PDF of tips to access this benefit

Click for a list of Common Health Concern Services

 

InvestEAP

InvestEAP offers 24/7 short term counseling and referral to all state employees and their household members. If you need support on anything, please call (888) 834-2830 or visit Invest EAP  Organization Password: "vteap"

All Services utilized through EAP are strictly kept confidential.

For more information, visit the SOV Benefits Employee Assistance Programs Webpage.

For information on the next Lunch n' Learn, check out our Events Calendar!

View the Spring 2022 EAP Messenger Newsletter or, for previous editions, click here

Empower

 Click here for a list of upcoming events

Make your appointment today!

Contact the Prudential Retirement Counselor in your county:

 

Smart About Money

Smart About Money (SAM) utilized online self-directed courses, articles, calculators and tips to help adults seeking general financial education on common economic situations, including spending, saving and investing. Smart About Money retired on July 31, 2021. However, their courses can still support your financial wellness!

 

LiveWell Vermont

LiveWell State Employee Healthy Recipe Books

DEI Dishes: Recipes Submitted by State of Vermont Employees and Retirees on a background of a table of food with many hands

Check out the Employee Recipe Book Archives for more delicious recipes!

  

Covid-19 information

If you have recently been exposed to someone with COVID-19, please consult the FAQ for information on best practices. The Main call center is also available to help answer further questions and can be reached at: (802) 863-7240 or ahs.vdhcovid19maincallcenter@vermont.govTo learn what vaccinations are recommended for you, visit the CDC website
Sign up and get a COVID vaccine when it's your turn! Learn more and register!