Keeping Kids Close During Deployment

5 military-family tips that ignite conversation and combat sadness

P161 croppedDeployment — whether it’s the first or fifteenth time — is difficult on a family. When a loved one is called to service, the spouse and children are often left battling feelings that range from extreme pride and love, to loneliness, anger, even resentment. Despite these feelings, families who understand each other’s feelings and needs can maintain good communication.

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Information for Wildfire Victims and Evacuees

Health Net is providing access to essential prescriptions and other services

Health Net, Inc. is helping ensure that Health Net members who are victims and evacuees of California, Oregon and Washington’s current wildfires have access to essential prescription medications, critical Health Net information and services to help them cope with grief, loss, stress or trauma.

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Associate Volunteers: Community Service at Ronald McDonald House Charities

Eleven Oregon Health Net associates turn a Friday the 13th into a lucky experience for many

OR Community Service RHMC April 2015

On March 13, a team of Health Net of Oregon associates spent their Day of Community Service at the Ronald McDonald House Charities (RMHC) East House in Portland preparing a lunch for families, cleaning toys, and getting a room ready for an incoming family in need.

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The Health Benefits of Vacations

Road Trip! Health Net Points Out the Health Benefits of Vacations


Time for a road trip!With summer now in full swing, Health Net, Inc., is working to increase awareness that taking a vacation not only can be fun, but it also can bring a variety of health benefits.

While it might be assumed that Americans happily take time off, the reality – according to Glassdoor’s 2014 Employment Confidence Survey – is that the average U.S. employee only takes half of his or her eligible vacation time.

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Reduce Stress: Starting at Home

Health Net Offers Tips to Reduce Stress at Home

LOS ANGELES, April 1, 2014 – As many Americans will attest, “home, sweet home” isn’t always a stress-free zone. With April being Stress Awareness Month, Health Net is offering tips designed to reduce stress at home. Homegrown stress can be traced to numerous sources – a noisy environment, an unhappy spouse, financial worries, or even mundane domestic duties such as doing the laundry or mowing the lawn.

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Celebrate National Nutrition Month

Six community centers in California to host free health and wellness events during the week of March 17-21.

March is National Nutrition Month, and Health Net is inviting you to help celebrate nutrition, health and wellness at our community centers throughout California!

During the week of March 17-21, we will be hosting fun and educational health activities to promote nutrition and health awareness at our six free Community Solutions Centers. See how Health Net’s Community Solutions Centers address the health and wellness needs of the communities we serve, and how these centers can positively impact your life.


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Free Community Centers: See What Health Net Offers You!

Did you know!?

We have six FREE Community Solutions Centers located in
select neighborhoods across California – where we offer complimentary
fitness classes and social activities, health education presentations,
health coverage information and enrollment assistance for families, and
referrals to important public social services.

These centers are completely free and open to the entire community. We
currently serve the following neighborhoods:

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Celebrating the Lunar New Year

Health Net is helping to celebrate the 2014 Lunar New Year and the Year of the Horse by participating in an exciting event in the San Gabriel Valley.

City of Monterey Park 2014 Lunar New Year Festival
Monterey Park’s Lunar New Year festival features vendors offering unique gifts and specialty items, food booths, amusement rides and lots of live entertainment. Saturday morning kick-off will include traditional New Year lion and dragon dancers, as well as firecrackers. Various types of entertainment will be featured on both days. There will also be a large carnival fun zone in the parking lot at the corner of Garvey and Lincoln Avenue.

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