Call to Health participants whose preferred language is Korean or Spanish can change their account settings on the Call to Health website so they can answer the call in those languages.
Did you know you can answer the Call to Health in Korean or Spanish? The Call to Health website now gives participants the option to set their language preference to one of four settings:
To update your language preference, just follow these three steps:
Once you change your language setting, your selection will be saved and each time you visit the site all page content, the Well-Being Assessment (including your results), and most individual and team challenges will display in your preferred language. Any weekly or monthly email notifications you regularly receive from Call to Health will also be in the language selected. You can change your setting at any time.
Call to Health encourages wholeness in each of us through activities that focus on these key areas: spiritual, health, financial, and vocational. You can also reduce your medical deductibles for 2022 by as much as one-third when you complete Call to Health Level 1 by November 12, 2021. Even if your medical expenses don't typically reach the deductible, keep in mind that an injury or sudden illness can lead to unexpected, costly bills.
Get the details; then answer the call today.
*Call to Health is available to employees and their spouses with medical coverage through the Board of Pensions; it is not available to members enrolled in Triple-S, GeoBlue, or the Medicare Supplement Plan.