HEALTHY BOILER EMPLOYEE WELL-BEING
Healthy Boiler Employee Well-being aims to serve faculty and staff with programs, partnerships, and resources that promote total well-being through our five pillars of wellness: physical health, social and financial wellness, behavioral health, and work/life integration.
Our events focus on one of the pillars of wellness and a theme every month. Please visit our Events Calendar or email Healthy Boiler Employee Well-being to receive the monthly Employee Well-being newsletter which highlights upcoming events, the pillar of wellness and theme for the month.
Faculty and staff can take advantage of our partnership with One-to-One Health which provides an on-site employee health coach, Lindsay Bloom, to help you meet your personal health and wellness goals through virtual or in-person workshops, health screenings, health coaching and more.
FOCUS ON YOUR HEALTH AND WELL-BEING
Upcoming events for faculty and staff reflect the pillars of wellness and include workshops, classes, lifestyle education programs and more. Events are open to ALL campus employees unless specified in program details.
Healthy Boiler Employee Well-being Newsletter
Each month the newsletter highlights a pillar of wellness and theme, upcoming events, Healthy Boiler challenges, and tips to maintain or improve overall health and well-being. You may participate and track Healthy Boiler monthly challenges on the new Healthy Boiler portal.
- January 2022
- February 2022
- April 2022
- May 2022
- June 2022
- July 2022
- August 2022
- September 2022
- Special Events for October 10-14
- November 2022
Questions? Email [email protected].
PROGRAMS, WORKSHOPS, AND TRAINING
PROGRAMS, WORKSHOPS, AND TRAINING
Healthy Boiler Employee Well-being partners with One-to-One Health and works with Human Resources, WellRec, other departments on campus, and community organizations to bring you a variety of programs. These programs are designed to educate, motivate, and support employees/spouses and retirees on their own personal health and well-being journey.
Employees are encouraged to participate in these programs, services, workshops, and training which promote your total well-being through physical health, social and financial wellness, behavioral health, and work/life integration.
- Lifestyle Education Programs
- Healthy Boiler Workshops
- CPR, AED, and First Aid Training
- Lactation Support Program
Questions? Email HB Employee Well-being.
HEALTH SCREENINGS AND SERVICES
Annual health screenings not only provide information about your general health, but also help in preventive care and early detection of diseases as well. Knowing your numbers, scheduling regular check-ups, participating in various health screenings helps you monitor, maintain, and improve your health. Plus you can earn incentive dollars for some of the screenings which you schedule every year when you participate in the Healthy Boiler Program.
These health screenings and services are available on campus throughout the year to employees:
- Blood Health Screenings: One free Wellness panel per calendar year for employees/spouses and retirees/spouses. Other fasting and non-fasting tests are available at a low cost.
- Campus Health Clinic Services: Our health clinic offers various services such as physicals, labs, immunizations, sick care, and more.
- Francine's Friends Mobile Mammography: The mobile unit provides preventive care mammography screenings.
- InBody Screenings: Health coach Lindsay Bloom offers body composition analysis with the InBody tool which helps you identity areas to work on to improve your overall health and wellness.
- Well-being Summit: Numerous screenings are offered at the annual Well-being Summit.
HEALTHY BOILER PROGRAM
HEALTHY BOILER PROGRAM
The Healthy Boiler Wellness Program, managed by One-to-One Health, is a way to encourage benefits-eligible employees and spouses covered under one of the Purdue health plans to engage in healthy lifestyle choices. Once Step One (an annual physical with biometrics screening) of the Healthy Boiler Program is completed, you can choose which other requirements to complete to earn wellness financial incentives which are deposited into your HSA or HRA.
- Go to the Healthy Boiler Portal to sign in to your account or to register for the Healthy Boiler program.
- Earn incentives when you sign up for the Healthy Boiler program.
- Learn more about the Healthy Boiler program.
- FAQ's about the program and incentives.
Personalize the Program for Your Well-being Goals
Setting your own personal well-being goals which work with your lifestyle and schedule is easy. Take advantage of the monthly in-person and virtual events and workshops, schedule an in-person or telephonic health coaching session, or participate in monthly Healthy Boiler Challenges designed for each of the pillars of wellness.
- View upcoming Employee Well-being Events on our Events Calendar.
- Discover more about the Healthy Boiler Virtual and In-person Workshops.
- Download the 2022 Healthy Boiler Monthly Challenges Calendar. You may participate and track activities and challenges on the Healthy Boiler portal.
- Read the Healthy Boiler Employee Well-being November newsletter as well as archived newsletters.
Contact One-to-One Health employee health coach, Lindsay Bloom, for more information.
One-to-One Health, Payroll, and Healthy Boiler Incentives
If you participate in the Healthy Boiler Program, once you complete Step One and other requirements, you become qualified to earn the financial incentives. One-to-One Health then notifies Payroll in Human Resources that an employee has earned an incentive and Payroll authorizes a deposit to be made to the employee's HSA or HRA account. Payroll or HR does not see your personal health record, test results, or what incentives you completed.
We’ve partnered with One-to-One Health to provide free health coaching to benefits-eligible employees covered on a Purdue medical plan.
Health coaching is a confidential and supportive partnership between you and your health coach. It can be an effective way to motivate and encourage behavior change to help you meet your wellness goals.
Health coaching is available for the following:
- Behavioral modification
- Healthy eating
- Individualized workout planning
- Meal planning and prepping
- Sleep health
- Stress management
- Tobacco cessation
- Weight loss support
GROUP HEALTH COACHING
STAY ACCOUNTABLE. RECEIVE SUPPORT. ACHIEVE GOALS.
Group health coaching is a great option for coworkers. With a group of 4 to 12 individuals, you can participate in a three–month health coaching series. Lindsay Bloom, our One-to-One employee health coach, will visit your department (or meet with you virtually) to conduct three group sessions over the span of three months. The first session will help participants develop healthy and realistic goals. In subsequent sessions, Lindsay will check on those goals and create an environment for sharing and support. Your group does not need to pick one goal to work on, meaning you can develop and work toward your own individualized goals.
Coaching is available Monday–Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. To schedule an appointment, email Lindsay Bloom, One to One Health Coach.
Prior to your initial health coaching appointment, please complete the New Patient Packet.
MENTAL HEALTH RESOURCES
The Importance of Mental Health
Your mental health plays a significant role in your overall well-being. As you work to improve your wellness, it's important to include your mental health on your well-being journey. Those who are mentally and emotionally healthy develop positive relationships, maintain perspective, and are able to cope with life’s challenges. You can learn skills, coping tools, and gain access to educational resources to help you relieve stress, practice self-care, and manage life’s ups and downs.
Employee Assistance Program
EAP provides voluntary, confidential, and professional assistance to help benefit-eligible employees and families resolve problems that affect their personal lives or work performance.
Being Well—the Mental Health Readiness Project is the university’s comprehensive suicide-prevention and health-promotion program.
Be Well Indiana
Find resources compiled by the Indiana Division of Mental Health and Addiction designed to help you stay connected and maintain your well-being.
Mental Health America
MHA is a community-based nonprofit dedicated to addressing the needs of those living with mental illness and promoting the overall mental health of all.
National Alliance on Mental Health
NAMI provides advocacy, education, support, and public awareness so that all individuals and families affected by mental illness can build better lives.
Behavioral Health & Family Studies Institute
The institute focuses on issues related to prevention of behavioral dysfunction and the restoration of mental health functioning for individuals, families, and communities.
PARTNERSHIPS AND RESOURCES
PARTNERSHIPS AND RESOURCES
HB Employee Well-being collaborates with multiple groups—One-to-One Health, Human Resources, and WellRec—in order to bring faculty and staff the workshops, programs, events, and resources which focus on the five pillars of health and well-being.
Resources for Employees
Resources which pertain to the five pillars of wellness are available to provide information and support for our faculty and staff. Learn more about these resources for employees.
Community Partnerships and Resources
Community well-being is an extension of our wellness programs designed to educate, motivate, and support members of our community outside the campus. Our partnerships with local businesses and other organizations provide opportunities to improve the health and well-being of our community and support local businesses.
Visit the WellRec web site to learn more about the community partnerships and on-campus resources that relate to the health, safety, and well-being of those visiting our campus.
OUR FOCUS IS ON THE OVERALL WELL-BEING OF FACULTY AND STAFF
Your HB Employee Well-being team encourages faculty and staff to find balance within the the five pillars of wellness: physical health, social wellness, financial wellness, behavioral health, and work-life integration.
As a satellite extension of One-to-One Health, we are under the umbrella of HR and One-to-One Health. We collaborate with WellRec, other departments at our university, and community organizations to bring workshops, programs, events, and more to maintain or improve the overall health and well-being of our faculty and staff.
The team consists of an employee health coach from One-to-One Health and a Wellness Communications Specialist.
One-to-One Employee Health Coach
- Phone: 260-481-6651
- Email: [email protected]
Wellness Communication Specialist
- Phone: 260-481-6217
- Email: [email protected]