Employee Wellness Programs
Welcome to the Pinellas County Schools Employee Wellness Program!
Find information about promotions, events, and programs below. If you have questions, please feel free to contact Caleigh Bean, Employee Wellness Coordinator, at email@example.com or any other wellness program personal.
Vision:100% productive, healthy and happy employees.Mission:To promote a culture that supports and encourages healthy behaviors, employee engagement and a balanced state of wellbeing. The districts' wellness initiatives will inspire and empower employees to take responsibility for their own health which is vital to their ability to contribute to the work and mission of PCS.
Current ProgramsFitness classes, wellness presentations, and nutrition education at your worksite.Every month (excluding summer months) the SMART START newsletter is delivered to your inbox with current information about wellness programs and promotions, as well as general health and wellness information. All past issues are available for viewing and downloading.Diabetes
If you have been diagnosed with diabetes, learn how you can get your diabetic supplies for free.PCS has partnered with the YMCA to offer eligible employees the opportunity to attend a program near you to lower your risk for Type 2 Diabetes.TobaccoFree 6 week classes are now available throughout the county for any PCS employee, spouse, or adult family member.
Mental HealthThe Employee Assistance Program (EAP) provides between 1 and 8 free counseling sessions for employees and their household members. Please call the free and confidential 24 hour Careline at 1-800-327-9757 for assistance.Physical ActivityFitness centers throughout the district offer discounts for PCS employees.This league to open to all PCS employees.OtherFlu shots clinics will be held at various worksites throughout the district beginning in September.Find information on a variety of diseases, conditions and other well-being topics.Together with the YMCA, PCS is offering a Blood Pressure Program to help individuals control their levels and minimize risk of complications like stroke, heart attack, and even death.