You will find important information about your health and wellness benefits, and the tools you need to make decisions for you and your covered family members. Be sure to contact your department's benefits representative if you have questions.
- Horizon Health EAP's Name Change: Horizon Health EAP, the City of Seattle's Employee Assistance Program provider, changed its name to Resources for Living on December 1, 2015. The web site is now www.resourcesforliving.com. Your user name (city of seattle) and password (city of seattle) and the phone number have not changed. Your EAP benefits are also unchanged. Questions? Call Resources for Living at 1-888-272-7252 or email Central Benefits at Benefits.Unit@seattle.gov.
- Flex-Plan Services' Name Change: On September 20, Flex-Plan Services, the City's flexible spending account vendor, changed its name to Navia Benefit Solutions. There is no action on your part other than to be aware of the change. Any emails or web site visits to the old flex-plan domain (flex-plan.com) will be automatically re-routed to Navia Benefit (naviabenefits.com). Your user name and password and the phone number - 800-669-3539 - will NOT change. If you have questions about the name change, contact Navia Benefits at firstname.lastname@example.org or Central Benefits at Benefits.Unit@seattle.gov.
- Delta Dental of Washington Assigns New Member ID Numbers:
Delta Dental of Washington will assign randomly selected alternate identification numbers to covered members in place of Social Security numbers, to help ensure the privacy of your information. Starting September 17, 2015, all correspondence from Delta Dental of Washington will display your alternate identification number. Members will receive a letter by U.S. mail announcing the change and will include two copies of your new identification card. If you have questions about the change, please contact Delta Dental of Washington at (206) 522-2300.
February Wellness Newsletter:
Find City wellness and benefits programs and events; and articles on lifeâ€™s simple 7 steps to protect your heart; strength training; safety room by room; taking lunch to work and expert advice on heart attack signs. Share the newsletter with family members by forwarding it to your personal email address. The online version has additional articles and health tools.
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