Smart Dollar – Want to enhance those finances in 2022, check out SmartDollar! SmartDollar is our online financial wellness program, available 24/7 at no cost to Trilogy employees. Save more, stress less and invest with confidence. Visit SmartDollar today.
Clickotine – Trying to kick those buds this New Year? Try our Clickotine program. Clickotine is an innovative program that uses clinically driven app technology to help you create and stick to a quit plan and overcome nicotine cravings. Download the Clickotine app on a smartphone (iPhone or Android device). Enter the 6-digit Clickotine Client ID code: HDFRFF for employees enrolled in the Trilogy Health Services medical plan and 545371 for employees NOT enrolled I in the Trilogy Health Services medical plan.
Marketplace Chaplains – Your mental health is just as important as your financial, and physical health. The Marketplace Chaplains are here to help and encourage you in 2022. Reach out to your Marketplace Chaplain today for any assistance you may need.
Virgin Pulse – Time to move more. Max out those rewards each quarter this year. The more you do, the more you earn! Register for Virgin Pulse and try a journey or new recipe.
WANT TO SHAKE IT UP THIS YEAR, Let’s Toast to a Dry January!
Time to start the New Year different. Dry January means going alcohol-free for the month of January. Many studies have shown that even short-term abstinence from alcohol can improve health. Dry January can be an excellent time to reevaluate your relationship with alcohol and make healthy changes that last beyond the first 30 days of the year.
How to Be Successful During Dry January:
- Make/Write Down your Goals
- Ask for Support
- Avoid those Triggers
- Plan for Urges
- Find Alternatives
- Practicing Saying “NO”
- Avoid the All or Nothing Mentality
- Keep Track of your Progress
Dry January provides you with the opportunity to reevaluate your relationship with alcohol. No matter if you choose to start drinking again or stay sober, a Dry January is a great way to get some perspective and reflect on how alcohol makes you feel.