April Wellness
Keep Calm and Carry On
We are in a temporary situation.

Society’s stress is extremely high right now and that stress is having an adverse impact on humans. To cope with so many changes, it is important to focus on what we can control.

This is a new virus with many unknowns and daily developments are unsettling. We need to look at the facts of our situation and to put things into perspective: 80% of Covid-19 cases are mild flu-like symptoms; 13.8% need medical attention; 4% need intensive care.
Focus on what you can control now.

Your Wellness Champions want to share their strategies for keeping calm. Look for helpful tips coming to you through regular communications and on your NAPEBT Wellness Portal. Here are examples of the tips you can expect to receive:

  • Practice self-awareness to help identify what you can control
  • Practice Grounding Techniques
  • Telework effectively
  • Support Children

Ask for help if you need it:

All employees have 6 FREE counseling sessions available
Please call 888-520-5400
Balance at Home
Family, Stress and
Being Home

With physical distancing guidelines in effect, many families are navigating the stress that comes with uncertainty and change.

Listen to the tools Katie Wittekind and Shawna Bowen share in this webinar.
NAPEBT Wellness Incentive Clarification
Your Questions Answered

  • Is the deadline of the points for wellness changing? No. Administratively we are unable to do this.
  • I can't get my annual exam or biometrics. Does this mean I can't participate? No. You can earn points in many ways including but not limited to our NEW Wellness Journeys which are online behavior change programs worth 6 points each.
  • Are the annual exam and biometrics required to earn an incentive? No. You can earn points in any way you see fit. Physical activity with home exercise videos or online programs and webinars. You choose!
Feature PERMAH Journey ,
Resources, and Resilience
April Feature PERMAH Journey: SAVE UP!
This month, we are pleased to feature the SAVE UP! PERMAH Journey Online. In SAVE UP!, find interactive tools to support you in:

  • Spending & Budgeting
  • Rainy Day Fund
  • Live Within Your Means
  • Invest Like the Best
  • In it for the Long Haul

Start your journey in the place that matches your current priorities.

Everyone who completes the SAVE UP! journey between April 8-29 will be entered into a random drawing for one of three $50 gift cards to a local restaurant. Click Sign Up to be included in the random drawing.

Note: Incentive points can be earned as long as you complete the full SAVE UP! journey by May 15th (the end of the current program year).
Check out SAVE UP! tutorial video for
a sneak peek!
Each year, Arizona Central Credit Union awards two $2,000 CU Succeed Scholarships to eligible graduating high school seniors.  * Deadline to submit application is May 15*
Resources: Now & Future
Mental Wellness Support Resources

Experiencing anxiety about COVID-19? Feeling isolated during physical distancing? Worried about your business? Find resources that address these questions and more.
Rental & Utility

Rental & Utility Assistance is available for Coconino County residents including seniors, disabled, families, veterans and those affected by COVID-19. Must be income eligible.
Virtual Cancer

The Cancer Support Community of Arizona provides a variety of support services to those battling cancer. Services now offered virtually. Learn more below.
Resilience in Uncertain Times
During uncertain times, finding pathways to resilience are critical. In these webinar, learn strategies to help you avoid catastrophizing, identify thinking traps, prevent jumping to conclusions, and many of the other pitfalls common in times of change and uncertainty.

Learn, Reflect, Laugh, Repeat