See All That FedStrive Has to Offer in October

Join FedStrive in October to improve your health, wellness, and work/life balance. See all the events happening this month!
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FedStrive. An integrated health, wellness, and work/life balance program. fedstrive.foh.psc.gov
 

You first. Make health a priority, know your risks, check yourself. Start today. You're worth it.

Arrow. Support the Women in Your Life

Women often show compassion for those around them, but that can sometimes mean neglecting their own health. Remind the women you are close with to take care of themselves. Share the phrase "You First" with at least one woman in your life as encouragement to pay attention to her health.

In honor of our celebration of women's health awareness month this October, visit the Women's Health page for five wellness tips you can follow and share with others.

Practice These 5 Strategies
 
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Arrow. NEW Take Twenty Tuesday Stretch Series

Join us for an online stretch session. Each twenty minute session includes desk stretches and a breathing exercise. Relax, De-stress, and Unwind!

Take Twenty Tuesday is an ongoing monthly stretch series for FedStrive eligible participants. Once registered, you will be registered for all first Tuesday sessions for the fiscal year. Get started in October.

Tuesday, October 2
2-2:20pm E.T.

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Arrow. October Webinars

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Building a Healthy Core

Do you know what the core really is and what it does? In this workshop you will learn more about this amazing muscle group and how important it is to movement. We'll discuss back pain and the importance of taking good care of your back. We will also discuss several tips for building and maintaining a healthy core.

Tues. October 9
1–1:30 p.m. E.T.

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Cancer Prevention Awareness

We've all heard of cancer — some of us have had cancer, some of us are caring for people who are battling cancer, some of us have loved ones who've lost that battle. We are all interested in learning ways to prevent cancer. The truth is, there's no sure way to prevent cancer, but there are things you can do to reduce your chances of developing cancer. In this class we'll briefly review what cancer is, some facts about cancer in the U.S., and several behaviors we can take to lower our cancer risk.

Wed. Oct. 17
1–1:30 p.m. E.T.

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Thurs. Oct. 18
3 –3:30 p.m. E.T.

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Arrow. Meditation Series

Join us for our online guided meditation sessions.

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Building Resiliency

Friday, October 12
12—12:30 p.m. E.T.
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Self Compassion

Monday, October 15
1:30—2 p.m. E.T.
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Imagery and Conditioned Relaxation

Friday, October 26
12—12:30 p.m. E.T.
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Building Resiliency

Wednesday, October 31
3:30—4:00 p.m. E.T.
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Region FedStrive Health Promotion Coordinators
Region 1
Kelsey Barros
Kelsey.Barros@foh.hhs.gov
Region 6
Pru Loya
Pru.Loya@foh.hhs.gov
 
Region 2
Megan Aronson
Megan.Aronson@foh.hhs.gov
Region 7
Ali Scruggs
Alexandria.Scruggs@foh.hhs.gov
 
Region 3
Adair Lindsay
Adair.Lindsay@foh.hhs.gov
Region 8
Pru Loya
Pru.Loya@foh.hhs.gov
 
Region 4
Ali Scruggs
Alexandria.Scruggs@foh.hhs.gov
Region 9
Cassie Parco
Cassandra.Parco@foh.hhs.gov
 
Region 5
Kelsey Yoder
Kelsey.Yoder@foh.hhs.gov
Region 10
Cassie Parco
Cassandra.Parco@foh.hhs.gov
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If you have any questions about agency participation in FedStrive or services available to agencies that participate in FedStrive, please email fedstrive@foh.hhs.gov.

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