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Did you know that as a State Plan member or covered dependent you have access to no cost wellness events and presentations?  Classes are offered by a variety of different presenters.  Classes labeled "By CareHere health coaching" are open to plan members who are able to access the Montana Health Centers. Click HERE for more information on who is eligible to attend classes offered by CareHere Health Coaching.    

Attending and self-reporting that you have attended any two of the wellness events or presentations between November 1, 2019 and October 31, 2020, can help you earn your Live Life Well Incentive! For more information about our next step activities go to www.benefits.mt.gov/incentive

Click on the city of your choice for events or presentations available in your area.


Online Registration Instructions

Registration for all classes must be received 24 hours prior to class. We cannot guarantee that registrations received less than 24 hours prior will be honored.

To register for a class, follow the online registrations instructions below. (Please note, not all classes are available for online registration.) Don’t delay – classes have limited size and require registration!

  1. Click www.CareHere.com, select Member Login, and log in with your Username and Password.
  2. Click on "Make Appointment."
  3. Click on "Classroom." 
  4. Click the date of your presentation.  
  5. Select your desired presentation from the options given. If "No appointments available" appears, the class is full.
  6. Select how you would like to be reminded of your appointment by selecting the drop-down menu next to “How would you like to be reminded of your appointment?”  
  7. Click on “Confirm Appointment.”  
  8. You may also call (855) 200-6822 for assistance with registering. 

You can also view one of the recorded presentations anytime online at benefits.mt.gov/LiveLifeWellPresentations .


Request a Class or Presentation

If you are interested in a class or presentation but find it doesn't match a day or time that works for you, consider inviting a Health Coach to come to you! Health Coaches are available for on-site visits. Enrich your departmental/staff meetings with a guest speaker. Suggested topics are available, or you can request a topic of interest for your group. Complete an electronic request for a class or presentation at www.surveymonkey.com/r/pptrequest .You can also contact Margy Bartley at mbartley@carehere.com for any additional questions or a list of topics. 


BILLINGS

July
Did You Know? If you find yourself dipping in and out of consciousness by mid-morning and can't seem to keep your eyes open even though you got plenty of sleep last night, and you ask yourself why you’re so tired, it might be because you’ve skipped breakfast.  Some find it hard to eat that early in the day, but it’s important to know that breakfast is not the enemy.  Skipping breakfast not only completely ignores your body's needs, but it also deprives it of so many positive benefits, including the ability to cope with daily stress.  Register for “Breakfast of Champions” to understand how to set your day up for success in the healthiest possible way. 

Breakfast of Champions (by CareHere Health Coaching)
Date:
Thursday, July 23, 12:00 p.m. - 12:30 p.m.
Location:
Webinar URL to be sent to registered participants.
Description:

Research shows 93 percent of Americans agree breakfast is the most important meal of the day, yet half admit to skipping it. Eat breakfast like a champion! Find out how eating breakfast as a healthy start to your day can reduce stress levels, what to include in your breakfast, and how to stop skipping breakfast no matter how busy you are in the morning.  Includes easy nutrition breakfast recipes!

Register:
Register under “Billings Health Center Webinar” using the CareHere Online Registration Instructions above.


August
Did You Know? Fitting exercise into an already busy schedule is a challenge but not making time for exercise has a worse impact on health.  Research has shown that 10 minute bouts of exercise, three times a day, adds positive benefits, including cultivating the ability to cope with daily stress, improved heart health and decreased risk for type II diabetes and lowered cholesterol.  Register for “7 Tips to Find Time for Exercise” to acquire strategies for adding exercise to your day.  

Walk With Ease
Date:
Starts August 3 - 6-week program.
Location:
Online independent walking program.
Description:

The Walk with Ease is for anyone who is looking to start or maintain a low impact exercise program. During the six-week program the Walk with Ease coach will send a weekly encouraging e-mail to help you get you started and keep you motivated to walk. Participants will keep track and report their walking minutes for the duration of the six-week program.   

Register:

Click to learn more and register for the Walk with Ease Program. For any questions, please email WalkWithEase@mt.gov or call 406-444-0959.

7 Tips to Find Time for Exercise (by CareHere Health Coaching)
Date:
Thursday, August 13, 12:00 p.m. - 12:30 p.m.
Location:
Webinar URL to be sent to registered participants
Description:

Don’t let the stress of recent routine changes keep you from feeling your best.  Keep your exercise routine a priority through the start of school and fall activities by using these 7 tips to keep exercise a priority all year long.

Register:
Register under “Missoula Health Center Webinar” using the CareHere Online Registration Instructions above.

 

BUTTE/DEER LODGE

 

July
Did You Know? If you find yourself dipping in and out of consciousness by mid-morning and can't seem to keep your eyes open even though you got plenty of sleep last night, and you ask yourself why you’re so tired, it might be because you’ve skipped breakfast.  Some find it hard to eat that early in the day, but it’s important to know that breakfast is not the enemy.  Skipping breakfast not only completely ignores your body's needs, but it also deprives it of so many positive benefits, including the ability to cope with daily stress.  Register for “Breakfast of Champions” to understand how to set your day up for success in the healthiest possible way. 

Breakfast of Champions (by CareHere Health Coaching)
Date:
Thursday, July 23, 12:00 p.m. - 12:30 p.m.
Location:
Webinar URL to be sent to registered participants.
Description:

Research shows 93 percent of Americans agree breakfast is the most important meal of the day, yet half admit to skipping it. Eat breakfast like a champion! Find out how eating breakfast as a healthy start to your day can reduce stress levels, what to include in your breakfast, and how to stop skipping breakfast no matter how busy you are in the morning.  Includes easy nutrition breakfast recipes!

Register:
Register under “Billings Health Center Webinar” using the CareHere Online Registration Instructions above.


August
Did You Know? Fitting exercise into an already busy schedule is a challenge but not making time for exercise has a worse impact on health.  Research has shown that 10 minute bouts of exercise, three times a day, adds positive benefits, including cultivating the ability to cope with daily stress, improved heart health and decreased risk for type II diabetes and lowered cholesterol.  Register for “7 Tips to Find Time for Exercise” to acquire strategies for adding exercise to your day.  

Walk With Ease
Date:
Starts August 3 - 6-week program.
Location:
Online independent walking program.
Description:

The Walk with Ease is for anyone who is looking to start or maintain a low impact exercise program. During the six-week program the Walk with Ease coach will send a weekly encouraging e-mail to help you get you started and keep you motivated to walk. Participants will keep track and report their walking minutes for the duration of the six-week program.   

Register:

Click to learn more and register for the Walk with Ease Program. For any questions, please email WalkWithEase@mt.gov or call 406-444-0959.

7 Tips to Find Time for Exercise (by CareHere Health Coaching)
Date:
Thursday, August 13, 12:00 p.m. - 12:30 p.m.
Location:
Webinar URL to be sent to registered participants
Description:

Don’t let the stress of recent routine changes keep you from feeling your best.  Keep your exercise routine a priority through the start of school and fall activities by using these 7 tips to keep exercise a priority all year long.

Register:
Register under “Missoula Health Center Webinar” using the CareHere Online Registration Instructions above.

HELENA

 

July
Did You Know? If you find yourself dipping in and out of consciousness by mid-morning and can't seem to keep your eyes open even though you got plenty of sleep last night, and you ask yourself why you’re so tired, it might be because you’ve skipped breakfast.  Some find it hard to eat that early in the day, but it’s important to know that breakfast is not the enemy.  Skipping breakfast not only completely ignores your body's needs, but it also deprives it of so many positive benefits, including the ability to cope with daily stress.  Register for “Breakfast of Champions” to understand how to set your day up for success in the healthiest possible way. 

Breakfast of Champions (by CareHere Health Coaching)
Date:
Thursday, July 23, 12:00 p.m. - 12:30 p.m.
Location:
Webinar URL to be sent to registered participants.
Description:

Research shows 93 percent of Americans agree breakfast is the most important meal of the day, yet half admit to skipping it. Eat breakfast like a champion! Find out how eating breakfast as a healthy start to your day can reduce stress levels, what to include in your breakfast, and how to stop skipping breakfast no matter how busy you are in the morning.  Includes easy nutrition breakfast recipes!

Register:
Register under “Billings Health Center Webinar” using the CareHere Online Registration Instructions above.


August
Did You Know? Fitting exercise into an already busy schedule is a challenge but not making time for exercise has a worse impact on health.  Research has shown that 10 minute bouts of exercise, three times a day, adds positive benefits, including cultivating the ability to cope with daily stress, improved heart health and decreased risk for type II diabetes and lowered cholesterol.  Register for “7 Tips to Find Time for Exercise” to acquire strategies for adding exercise to your day.  

Walk With Ease
Date:
Starts August 3 - 6-week program.
Location:
Online independent walking program.
Description:

The Walk with Ease is for anyone who is looking to start or maintain a low impact exercise program. During the six-week program the Walk with Ease coach will send a weekly encouraging e-mail to help you get you started and keep you motivated to walk. Participants will keep track and report their walking minutes for the duration of the six-week program.   

Register:

Click to learn more and register for the Walk with Ease Program. For any questions, please email WalkWithEase@mt.gov or call 406-444-0959.

7 Tips to Find Time for Exercise (by CareHere Health Coaching)
Date:
Thursday, August 13, 12:00 p.m. - 12:30 p.m.
Location:
Webinar URL to be sent to registered participants
Description:

Don’t let the stress of recent routine changes keep you from feeling your best.  Keep your exercise routine a priority through the start of school and fall activities by using these 7 tips to keep exercise a priority all year long.

Register:
Register under “Missoula Health Center Webinar” using the CareHere Online Registration Instructions above.

MISSOULA

June
Did You Know? Walking is one of the simplest and least expensive options to increase physical activity and improve overall health.  Walking is a weight-bearing exercise that helps maintain bone density, is easy on joints, and works several major muscle groups that improve endurance and balance as we age.  Get started with a walking routine to reduce your stress, take advantage of the time at home now, and improve your mental and physical well-being with “Walk Your Way to Wellness.”

Walk Your Way to Wellness (by CareHere Health Coaching)
Date:
Wednesday, June 24, 12:30 p.m. - 1:00 p.m.
Location:
Webinar URL to be sent to registered participants
Description:

Walking is an inexpensive, easy way to increase physical activity, improve health, and reduce stress.  For beginners, learn ways to incorporate regular walking.  Already an avid walker, take things up a notch with tips to increase intensity.

Register:
Register under “Missoula Health Center Webinar” using the CareHere Online Registration Instructions above.


July
Did You Know? If you find yourself dipping in and out of consciousness by mid-morning and can't seem to keep your eyes open even though you got plenty of sleep last night, and you ask yourself why you’re so tired, it might be because you’ve skipped breakfast.  Some find it hard to eat that early in the day, but it’s important to know that breakfast is not the enemy.  Skipping breakfast not only completely ignores your body's needs, but it also deprives it of so many positive benefits, including the ability to cope with daily stress.  Register for “Breakfast of Champions” to understand how to set your day up for success in the healthiest possible way. 

Breakfast of Champions (by CareHere Health Coaching)
Date:
Thursday, July 23, 12:00 p.m. - 12:30 p.m.
Location:
Webinar URL to be sent to registered participants.
Description:

Research shows 93 percent of Americans agree breakfast is the most important meal of the day, yet half admit to skipping it. Eat breakfast like a champion! Find out how eating breakfast as a healthy start to your day can reduce stress levels, what to include in your breakfast, and how to stop skipping breakfast no matter how busy you are in the morning.  Includes easy nutrition breakfast recipes!

Register:
Register under “Billings Health Center Webinar” using the CareHere Online Registration Instructions above.


August
Did You Know? Fitting exercise into an already busy schedule is a challenge but not making time for exercise has a worse impact on health.  Research has shown that 10 minute bouts of exercise, three times a day, adds positive benefits, including cultivating the ability to cope with daily stress, improved heart health and decreased risk for type II diabetes and lowered cholesterol.  Register for “7 Tips to Find Time for Exercise” to acquire strategies for adding exercise to your day.  

Walk With Ease
Date:
Starts August 3 - 6-week program.
Location:
Online independent walking program.
Description:

The Walk with Ease is for anyone who is looking to start or maintain a low impact exercise program. During the six-week program the Walk with Ease coach will send a weekly encouraging e-mail to help you get you started and keep you motivated to walk. Participants will keep track and report their walking minutes for the duration of the six-week program.   

Register:

Click to learn more and register for the Walk with Ease Program. For any questions, please email WalkWithEase@mt.gov or call 406-444-0959.

7 Tips to Find Time for Exercise (by CareHere Health Coaching)
Date:
Thursday, August 13, 12:00 p.m. - 12:30 p.m.
Location:
Webinar URL to be sent to registered participants
Description:

Don’t let the stress of recent routine changes keep you from feeling your best.  Keep your exercise routine a priority through the start of school and fall activities by using these 7 tips to keep exercise a priority all year long.

Register:
Register under “Missoula Health Center Webinar” using the CareHere Online Registration Instructions above.

Outside Health Center Areas 

Did you know?  You can schedule an appointment with a health coach anytime!  Click HERE for details. 

Walk With Ease
Date:
3 options for start date: August 3, or September 14 - 6-week program.
Location:
Online independent walking program.
Description:

The Walk with Ease is for anyone who is looking to start or maintain a low impact exercise program. During the six-week program the Walk with Ease coach will send a weekly encouraging e-mail to help you get you started and keep you motivated to walk. Participants will keep track and report their walking minutes for the duration of the six-week program.   

Register:

Click to learn more and register for the Walk with Ease Program. For any questions, please email WalkWithEase@mt.gov or call 406-444-0959.

Information given in these presentations is intended to be general in nature and must never be considered a substitute for advice provided by your doctor or other qualified healthcare professional. Please use your discretion when considering the information provided by the presenters and talk to your doctor as needed prior to making any changes. Any links to websites or information presented is provided as a convenience and does not necessarily represent the views of the State of Montana, Department of Administration, or the Health Care & Benefits Division. These webinars often feature feedback from real people and are intended to be used for your personal growth and health improvement. By clicking on the link to view the webinars, you agree to keep any inadvertent reference to real people or events entirely confidential.