Wellness Incentive Program Information

Wellness points must be entered by 5/15/2018 in order to receive your wellness incentive for next fiscal year. Points can be entered at https://www.mywellsite.com/napebt/ Full details about the NAPEBT wellness program can be found here.

Here is a video on how to enter your wellness points.

Monthly Wellness Newsletters



Self Care Month

What's Inside

MonthlyThemeSelf Care

Click here to listen as Megan McCormick talks about self care and how it is vital to "maintain a Wholeness of being".




Invest in yourself by talking with someone who cares and can help you identify the important areas in your life by scheduling a Health Coaching session at Vera.

Call 928-774-3985


ClassesWellness Classes

Guided Relaxation

Friday, September 15, 2017 from 12:15 PM to 12:45 PM

County HR: 420 N. San Francisco St. 


Thursday, September 28, 2017 from 5:30 PM to 6:00 PM

Eastside Flagstaff Library: 3000 N 4th St.


Mental emotional tension builds up during the workday. If we are to enjoy our days and be efficient, we must take time out to nourish ourselves. This practice is a systematic approach to complete relaxation. We practice in a reclined position for ultimate release and letting go.


Friday, September 15th                     Thursday, September 28th



Compassionate Parenting

David McCain: Compassionate Parenting

Tuesday, September 19, 2017 from 5:30 PM to 6:30 PM

Flagstaff Aquaplex: 1702 N. 4th St.


Each parent has choice in how they focus their energy and address the challenges they face. In this interactive, spirited series, participants will learn tools to parent with intention, care, and effectiveness. This will be a six week course that takes place on Tuesdays from 5:30 to 6:30pm and will begin September 19th and end on October 24th.



Self Care Talk & Webinar

Talk: Thursday, September 21, 2017 from 12:10 PM to 12:50 PM

CCC 4th St: 3000 N. 4th St.


Webinar: Friday, September 22nd, 2017 from 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM 


Join Shannon Arnett, Vera Whole Health Coach, for an experiential hour of self-care tools. We will explore acupressure, breath work, gentle posture, and mindfulness nuggets to change the mood and energy game in your favor! You will walk out with tools in your pocket that take 1 to 5 minutes to complete and can be done anywhere!


                 Talk                                                       Webinar



Why We Fail to Change and 3 Simple Ways to Succeed

     Tuesday, September 26, 2017 from 12:10 PM to 12:50 PM


      Learn the most common mistakes made when trying to make a lifestyle change, and the simple tools       that can make all the difference.



Stress Less Webinar

      Wednesday, September 27, 2017 from 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM


      Join stress expert, Jim Porter, to learn how to meditate, be mindful, relax, monitor you stress levels,         track your sources of stress, and much more! These stress tools will help you get to the root of your         stress and rise to the challenge in staying resilient and living well in a sometimes stressful world.


Meet Me Downtown


Wednesday's each week at 5:15 PM 

     Flagstaff Downtown Heritage Square


   Meet Me Downtown brings adults and families to downtown Flagstaff for a weekly            social walk/run, engaging individuals and businesses in a vibrant event that showcases    downtown Flagstaff as a prime location for healthy activities.



Download the Schedule of Classes

An unlimited gym membership with group fitness classes for only $20/month!

Check out the Group Fitness Class Schedule: www.nacainc.org

TestimonialStory of Self Care

Coconino County's Superior Court employee Rossana is living as an inspiration of Health and Wellness!





"I have struggled with my weight for a while now, and exercising, eating well, taking care of me. 


I've always been good at taking care of others first


Over the years, I have read and learned so much about eating right and exercising and have found myself at the place of, Why don't I just do it!  I have a wealth of knowledge. When I did eat well, exercise, take care, I felt great. Why not keep doing it? Well, I'd get busy, weather would change, any excuse, really, and I would lose incentive. In the past couple of years I have had some health issues come up, which have slowly begun to wake me up to my overall health and well-being.   As I get older, I'm realizing this is nothing to fool around with.  My most recent experience health-wise was having my gallbladder removed in April 2017: a cholecystectomy.  The illness and pain I experienced was extreme. I probably ignored it for too long.   I went into the emergency department with a fever of 102.9.  I was nearly septic.    The next day, my gallbladder was removed, but I was still very ill. 


I ended up staying in the hospital 6 days.  While there, I told myself that as soon as I was able, I was going to get serious about my health.  


In a way it's been an experience that has turned my life around. I began at a weight of 186.  I am now 170, with the hopes of reaching a goal to 155.  I am no longer obese under the BMI scale, but am still considered to be overweight, so I'm working on it.  Having my gallbladder removed has changed my diet to eating clean.  My body can no longer process fat in the way it used to with a gallbladder.   I've cut down on both my fat and sugar intake.  I have more energy, and I'm loving it!  This inspiration lead me to change my healthcare to Vera Whole Health just to take advantage of all they are offering Coconino County employees. 


I got a battery for my dead Fitbit and am monitoring my steps daily.  I'm working toward the 10,000 steps per day goal.  I just now registered for the Wednesday Meet Up Walking downtown. 


I'm looking forward to walking with County employees, friends and family.  I've set up appointments with Shannon, the Whole Health Coach at Vera. She's helping me stay on track with baby-step goals so I don't get overwhelmed and give up.  I met with Wendy, an NP at Vera.  She's helping me get my biometric readings back on track.  I've met with Kara, the PT at Vera, who has helped with keeping me in an ergonomic good place to do my job.  


The support I am receiving through Vera has been life-changing.  


 I feel inspired and supported by Coconino County, NAPEBT, and the people I've met at Vera for offering these services. This is the push I needed.  I'm optimistic that I will reach my goal of having a healthy lifestyle as I age."


Rossanna, County Superior Court



Thank you, Rosanna, for your authenticity and truth about your continuous journey to being your best version of you!  Wellness is a journey. Self care is an important step to helping others.  When you are operating as your best self, others benefit because you're able to give your best!





Do I need to sign up? No. Just complete the coaching session, wellness exam, and biometric screening. Be sure to enter your biometrics into the wellness portal. Get your exam if completed outside of Vera. Your coaching session will be uploaded to the wellness site for you! 


What if I don't get all three done but to one or two?

That will still count toward your agency's percentage of

completion. Th e agency with the highest percentage in all three will get the prize. If two agencies tie more prizes will be given!


How can we tell if we are winning? We will be sending out regular updates on who has the highest percentage of completion for each category (exam, coaching, biometrics)


If I had my exam and biometrics completed in June or July will it still count? Yes! Any exams, coaching, or biometrics completed since May 16th 2017 until November 22nd will count toward your agency's percentage!

MeetMeet Me Downtown

Learn more & Register Here


The walk is FREE for ALL participants!


DisasterWhen Disaster Strikes

As our hearts go out to those in Texas we are reminded to be prepared for disaster.


Flooding in Northern Arizona



Be informed through emergency notification alerts! 


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WarriorsFeatured Wellness Leader of the Year


Wade Forrest has been awarded 2017 Wellness Leader of the year for NAIPTA. Wade is an inspiration to co-workers and members in the Flagstaff Community. View the video above to learn more about his story and his thoughts on quality vs. quantity.





Can you earn wellness points by going to the Vera Clinic?


Yes. You can earn 4 points for completing your annual exam, 4 points for meeting with the health coach for 15 mins, 7 points for completing your biometric screening and entering into the online Health Risk Assessment, and up to 6 points for doing 6 sessions with the health coach. Add in a flu shot and you have your total 25 points. These points will automatically appear on your wellness portal and are able to be earned today!

More Questions? Click here to view 2017-2018 info Packet.