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    About Hamline University's Wellness Program

    Hamline is committed to offering programs to help you take an active step toward achieving your health goals and reducing your health care costs.  We are proud to offer Healthy Habits, a wellness program developed and offered by HealthPartners. 

    The Healthy Habits program two components: an on-line health assessment and the completion of a wellness program. 

    Your health assessment results will help guide you toward a wellness program right for you.  The health assessment is confidential and should take about 15 minutes to complete.
    Health Assessment FAQ

    The wellness programs, available online or by phone, provide you with the tools you need to make sustainable lifestyle changes. You'll find topics ranging from stress management to weight management to smoking cessation and more. Most programs can be completed over 6 to 8 weeks. Program Options.
      

    Start Your Assessment/Program

    Follow this link to Healthy Habits (Health Partners) website.
     
    How do I log on?

    1. Go to the HealthPartners website
    2. Enter Company Name, HealthPartners Username and Password
    3. Click Go, then click on the Health Assessment and Wellbeing Activities link

    If you need additional help, download the print guide.
     

    Important Dates to Remember 


    Wednesday, March 18, 2015
    Online Assessment available

    Tuesday, March 31, 2015
    Online Assessment deadline

    Wednesday, September 30, 2015
    Healthy Habits Wellness Program Completion Deadline

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