Well-Being

The Step It Up Challenge Starts Today

The Step It Up Challenge Starts Today

Did you know that physical activity leads to a decreased risk for heart disease, high blood pressure, depression, and even certain cancers? Join us for the Step It Up Challenge and start benefiting from walking. The goal is 45,000 steps a week for four weeks. Put your activity tracker on, lace up your sneakers, and […]

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Next Financial Peace Classes Begin Feb. 1

Next Financial Peace Classes Begin Feb. 1

  Financial Peace University, you CAN take control of your money and start planning for your future. What if you knew where all of your money was going each month? What if you were debt-free, investing and making wise spending decisions? With Dave Ramsey’s class If you’re interested in learning more about the class, click on […]

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Wear Red Day: Friday, Feb. 2

Wear Red Day: Friday, Feb. 2

CHI St. Vincent is supporting women’s fight against heart disease by wearing red on Friday, February 2! Show your support by joining in! Everyone can do it – even within dress code. Socks, earrings, lipstick, nail polish (be sure it’s not chipped), barrettes, headbands and bows for your hair are options for clinical staff. Take your […]

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Learn How to Easily Make Grilled Salmon with Pomegranate Glaze

Learn How to Easily Make Grilled Salmon with Pomegranate Glaze

  Harvest of the Month: Pomegranates Would you like a bit of good luck to start off the new year? Then check out 2018’s first Harvest of the Month: Pomegranates. In Turkey, this fruit is thought to bring blessings because of its red color, which symbolizes life and the human heart; while the seeds are […]

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BOOST Your Financial Well-being

BOOST Your Financial Well-being

One of the pieces of financial wellness is establishing a realistic plan to pay down debt and save for the future. HERE ARE THREE tips that allow us to do just that: 1. PRIORITIZE. Experts at Fidelity recommend paying down credit card balances first. The reason? Credit cards often carry high interest rates and can take […]

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Imagine Magazine – Winter 2018 Issue

Imagine Magazine – Winter 2018 Issue

A magazine for your best self, formerly Spirit magazine. Imagine is a magazine for Catholic Health Initiatives employees and families across the system. It helps us stay connected as an organization and is an expression of our mission and ministry at work. You will find news of new tools, education, benefit changes and programs that will […]

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Register Today for the Step It Up Challenge!

Register Today for the Step It Up Challenge!

Register Today for the Step It Up Challenge! Registration is now open. The challenge begins January 22. Did you know that physical activity leads to a decreased risk for heart disease, high blood pressure, depression, and even certain cancers? Join us for the Step It Up Challenge and start benefiting from walking. See what a […]

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January Harvest of the Month – Pomegranate

January Harvest of the Month – Pomegranate

Would you like a bit of good luck to start off the new year? Then check out 2018’s first Harvest of the Month: Pomegranates. In Turkey, this fruit is thought to bring blessings because of its red color, which symbolizes life and the human heart; while the seeds are thought to represent prosperity.  So for […]

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2018 Wellness Program: Small Steps Make a Big Difference

2018 Wellness Program: Small Steps Make a Big Difference

The 2018 well-being program (formerly Healthy Spirit) is dedicated to helping you take small steps in your wellness journey. Your health is about more than routine trips to your doctor – it’s about the small everyday choices you make. Those choices can add up and make a big difference on your overall health. The goal […]

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10 Reasons to Contact the Employee Assistance Program

10 Reasons to Contact the Employee Assistance Program

Sometimes, we need a little help reaching our full potential. TAKE A MOMENT to reflect on your life and the obstacles that may be holding you back from reaching your goals. Maybe you’re having trouble paying off student loans or credit card debt, having relationship difficulties with a spouse or family member, or dealing with high […]

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