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Frequently Asked Questions
The well-being program for State of Oklahoma employees has evolved. As of January 2016, we are no longer OKHealth. We have rebranded ourselves to better reflect our values, goals, vision and programs. We are now Thrive.
- Career/Purpose – having a sense of purpose and simply enjoying what you do every day.
- Social well-being – having quality relationships in your life.
- Financial well-being – feeling financially secure and managing your economic life.
- Physical well-being – having good health and enough physical energy to get important things done each day.
- Community well-being – having a sense of engagement and connectedness with the area where you live.
- Emotional well-being – being resilient and having enough mental energy to get important things done each day.
You can read more about where our pillars came from on our About Us page.
The Annual Health and Safety Expo has been cancelled indefinitely.
No. We do not provide one-on-one coaching, but we do provide resources and trainings on a wide variety of well-being topics.
Though our group has the credentials to provide this, Thrive does not provide employees or dependents with individualized diet or exercise plans.
Yes! Thrive-sponsored programs are open to all state employees, state education employees, and dependents.
Not at this time. However, Thrive partners with several fitness centers throughout the state that offer a discount for employees.
Thrive does not endorse any company to perform wellness checks on state employees or state education employees for a number of reasons:
- There is no quality control.
- Wellness checks could mean anything, and not all screenings or tests are recommended for every person.
- Wellness checks should be discussed with, and performed by, your family doctor.
Please email us at [email protected] if you have further questions about wellness checks.