Health Care & Benefits Division

Self-Report Nicotine Free Status

Part of earning a Live Life Well Incentive for 2024 is to self-report that you are Nicotine Free or have completed an eligible Nicotine Free alternative between November 1, 2022 and October 31, 2023.

You must complete a State-sponsored health screening, self-report your nicotine status, and self-report completion of an Eligible Provider Visit to earn the Live Life Well Incentive in 2024.

The Wellness Portal for Self-Reporting is Changing!

Effective December 31, 2022, State Plan members will no longer have access to the MyActiveHealth site.  You will still be able to view your “Past Rewards” and the 2023 Live Life Well Incentive on the this site through December 31, 2022. 

Please download any personal information you would like to keep from this site into your personal files by December 31, 2022.  Your personal information will not be uploaded into the new portal.

You can work on completing Live Life Well Incentive Activities to earn an Incentive in 2024; however, you will not be able self-report them until the new Wellness Portal is ready in mid-January.  The Health Care & Benefits Division (HCBD) will be sending more information on how to self-report to earn a 2024 Live Life Well Incentive in the next few months.


Live Life Well Incentive: Health Care & Benefits Division - (800) 287-8266

Downloading information or general site questions: MyActiveHealth - (855) 206-1302

Eligible Alternatives Available

If you use nicotine, you can still earn the Live Life Well Incentive if you complete and self-report one of the two eligible alternatives:

  • Complete(d) a nicotine cessation program between November 1, 2022 and October 31, 2023; OR
  • Have a nicotine education session with your primary care provider between November 1, 2022 and October 31, 2023.

Nicotine Cessation Programs
Learn more about no-cost nicotine cessation programs available to State Plan members.  Completing a nicotine cessation program is a good option for members who are ready to quit using nicotine.

Nicotine Education Session
A Nicotine Education Session is an appointment with your provider for the purpose of discussing your nicotine use and possible options.  This is a good option for members who may not be ready to quit using nicotine.  To complete this alternative, schedule an appointment with your provider.


Nicotine:  Nicotine is an addictive stimulant proven to have negative health effects that is found in cigarettes, cigars, chewing tobacco, and most vaping products.  

Nicotine Free

  • You may self-report you are Nicotine Free if you have never used nicotine, have quit using nicotine, use only FDA-approved Nicotine Replacement Therapy (NRT), or infrequently use nicotine (less than 4x per month). The State Plan offers an exception for religious/ceremonial use.
  • You may self-report you are Nicotine Free if you are currently using nicotine but HAVE completed an eligible alternative (nicotine cessation program or a nicotine counseling session with a medical provider) during the past 12 months.

Nicotine User

  • You are a nicotine user and may not self-report you are Nicotine Free if you are currently using nicotine and HAVE NOT completed an eligible alternative (nicotine cessation program or a nicotine counseling session with a medical provider) during the past 12 months.  

Nicotine Test
Your blood will NOT be tested for nicotine as part of your State-sponsored health screening. Click here for directions to self-report your nicotine status. 

More Information
Frequently Asked Questions about the Live Life Well Incentive.

The State Plan offers the incentive program to all plan members and their enrolled spouse/domestic partner.  If you think you may be unable to meet a standard of the incentive program, you may qualify for an alternative program or different means to earn the incentive. You must contact the Health Care & Benefits Division (HCBD) as soon as possible at (800) 287-8266, TTY (406) 444-1421, or email  We will work with you (and if you wish, your doctor) to design a program with the same incentive that is right for you.

We will maintain the privacy of your personally identifiable health information. Medical information that personally identifies you and that is provided through the incentive program will not be used to make decisions regarding your employment. Your health information shall only be disclosed to carry out specific activities related to the incentive program (such as responding to your request for a reasonable accommodation). You will not be asked or required to waive the confidentiality of your health information to participate or to receive an incentive. Anyone who receives your information for purposes of providing you services through the incentive program will abide by the same confidentiality requirements.

We securely maintain all electronically stored medical information we obtain through the incentive program, and will take appropriate precautions to avoid a data breach. If a data breach does occur involving information you provided to us for the incentive program, we will notify you immediately.

A copy of the Plan’s privacy notice is available on the HCBD website or by going to  

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