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  • BeWell - Pima County Benefits and Wellness

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    Welcome to Pima County BeWell, the employee Benefits and Wellness website.

    BeWell, the Benefits and Wellness unit of Pima County Human Resources, offers services and programs to educate, empower and support the health and happiness of Pima County employees.



    The Benefits page provides up-to-date information on health, dental, vision, leave, retirement, and voluntary benefits available to Pima County employees.

    Visit the Benefits page

    Phone: (520) 724-8464
    Learn about the programs and activities available to County employees that encourage healthy, active lifestyles.
    Visit the Wellness page.

    Phone: (520) 724-2792
    We are here to help

    If you would like to speak with us in person, it is recommended you call ahead of time to schedule an appointment.

    Upcoming Programs and Activities

    Annual Enrollment - April 26 - May 14

    AE 2021-22Pima County’s Benefits Annual Enrollment for fiscal year 2021-22 will begin April 26, 2021 to May 14, 2021. Annual Enrollment is the only time that you are able to make changes to your benefits without a qualifying family status event.

    This is also when you can:
    • Certify your tobacco-free status
    • Update or designate a beneficiary
    • Update your personal contact information
    Visit the Annual Enrollment webpage to learn more.

    Do The Five - Staying Healthy during the COVID-19 Pandemic

    Do The FiveYou may already be aware of the Do The Five campaign from the World Health Organization (WHO) to help limit the spread of the coronavirus by:

    1. HANDS – Wash them often
    2. ELBOW – Cough into it
    3. FACE – Don’t touch it
    4. FEET – Stay more than 6 feet apart
    5. FEEL sick? – Stay Home
    In our version of Do The Five, you will focus on five wellness strategies to keep you healthy, connected, and informed. We understand that most of you are living outside of your comfort zone and we would like to provide some healthy options you can do during quarantine/social distancing to help your life feel a little more normal again. Activities will include working from home with tips for physical activity, nutrition, self-care and stress management.

    Complete the Do The Five Wellness Calendar by completing a different wellness activity each day for 19 days. We encourage you to repeat one or more activities everyday throughout the campaign.

    Details for each activity can be located within this packet. It is recommended that you print out the Wellness Calendar and fill in the activities each day before submitting electronically.

    Submit the Do the Five Wellness Calendar and earn 10 Healthy Lifestyle Activity Points. This challenge can be completed one time for points.

    Additional Resources:

    Employee Assistance Program (EAP)

    EAPEAP counseling is a no-cost benefit where you may access a counselor for any problem that is affecting your personal and/or professional life. You may see a counselor for up to ten sessions per problem. EAP is available to all active Pima County employees. This program also covers your spouse, significant other (living in the home) and children living in the home. 

    Learn more by visiting the EAP webpage.      

    Contact Information Employee Assistance Program
    Phone (888) 238-6232
    Website EAP                  

    Login: PIMA

    Password: County

    Benefit & Wellness Resources

    MyADP Benefits PortalMyADP

    You can login to the Employee Self-Service (ESS) portal to:

    • Review Current Benefits
    • Report a Qualifying Life Event
    • Review Progress Toward your Wellness Discounts
    • Update your Beneficiaries
    • And more!

    View instructions on how to navigate the MyADP portal


    BeWell Time

    Administrative Procedure 23-30 increased the amount of paid time employees can use to participate in onsite wellness and benefits activities from two hours to eight hours per fiscal year. Employees can use BeWell time to attend any Employee Benefits or Wellness hosted event, such as screenings, wellness workshops, health coaching, health fairs, challenge weigh-ins, Benefits presentations, Annual Enrollment fairs and more. Using this time is at the discretion of the Appointing Authority or Supervisor.

    Additionally, the time can now be tracked through eTime. Please view the BeWell Time in eTime Instructions for both supervisors and employees.

    We encourage you to allow your employees time to participate in such events and activities. 

    BeWell Presentations

    The Human Resources Benefits & Wellness program have created a variety of workshops to help educate and empower Pima County employees to better understand their benefits and how to best utilize them.

    In order to cover work hours utilized to attend, non-exempt employees may be required to use annual leave or comp time (in conjunction with their lunch break) or, with prior approval from their supervisor, may be permitted to flex their time during the same week. Exempt employees are not required to use vacation time to attend. See the BeWell Time tab for more details on how to participate in these activities using BeWell Time.

    For a schedule of on-site, webinars, and recorded workshops, please visit the BeWell Presentation webpage.

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    Employee Wellness

    150 W. Congress St.
    Tucson, AZ 85701

    Phone: (520) 724-2792
    Fax: (520) 724-8150

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    Pima County provides equal access and equal opportunity in employment and services and does not discriminate.

    2019 Pima County Attorney’s Office Equal Employment Opportunity Plan

    2019 Pima County Sheriff’s Department Equal Employment Opportunity Plan

    2019 Pima County Equal Employment Opportunity Plan (EEOP)