Coronavirus Resources

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What’s New

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CampVenture Downtown will take place at Center Greens, the park just next to City Hall, for children of full-time and part-time Anaheim employees ages 7-12

Programming will begin on July 6 and will be offered from 7:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.Cost is $130 per child each week.

Registration is now open. To register, set up an online account at Anaheim.net/play and then email Sarah Randall at srandall@anaheim.net to verify employment. After you’re verified, you can call (714) 765-5191 to register.

For complete details, click here.

Wellness Center.1The City has updated its Daily Health and Wellness Program.  The following are key changes:

To view the complete policy, click here.

Check in hereThe City has a new Injury and Illness Prevention Program (IIPP) COVID-19 Interim Policy.  Here are a few highlights:

  • Established in compliance with Title 8 of the California Code of Regulations Section 3203, which requires an employer to identify hazards in the workplace and communicate these hazards and policies thereof
  • Establishes guidelines for maintaining social distancing and Provides Personal Protective Equipment and Face Coverings that must be worn.
  • Provides notification of risk of exposure in a City facility

To view the complete policy, click here.

COVID Brain

Is the Coronavirus Causing You Stress?

On March 31st, HR hosted a webinar on Transforming Stress: Coping with Coronavirus.

View the recorded webinar


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View this weeks edition of Wellness Wednesday featuring free resources to help you cope with the Coronavius!

Coronavirus - HR Guidance and Resources

Memo to City Employees: COVID-19 Policies
Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFRCA) Notice

Precautions to Stay Healthy

The City of Anaheim cares about the health and well-being of all employees. We want to ensure you feel informed during the recent coronavirus pandemic. Please refer to the following resources to assist you in navigating some questions you might have.

Cough and Sneeze Etiquette
CDC Fact Sheet: COVID-19 (English) 
Flattening the Curve: That Graph Explained 

Prevention Tips

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 Coronavirus Updates

CA Department of Public Health
Centers for Disease Control
Interim Guidance for Businesses and Employers
World Health Organization
Anaheim.net/coronavirus

Contact Us

Human Resources: (714) 765-5111
Employee Benefits: (714) 765-5185

Coronavirus Testing/Screening

How and when to get tested for the Coronavirus

Kaiser Permanente

Kaiser Permanente has a designated area for patient screening. Members should call the appointment and advice line for further instructions. Kaiser will direct members to the most appropriate care, and take precautions to protect other members, patients and employees. If testing is warranted, per CDC and public health agency criteria, Kaiser will make the appropriate arrangements.

Please Note: Kaiser has implemented COVID-19 Temporary Closures to select facilities.  To view the latest facility updates, visit kp.org/careoptions/scal

1-833 KP4CARE (1-833-574-2273)

Aetna 
If you are presenting COVID-19 symptoms, you should contact your healthcare provider immediately.  Several CVS Pharmacy locations are now hosting drive-through testing. Patients must register in advance at CVS.com to schedule an appointment. A complete list of CVS Pharmacy drive-thru test sites can be found here.

Coronavirus Resources for Aetna Members: visit aetna.com/coronavirus

Aetna Nurse Medical Line: 1-800-556-1555.

Benefit Resources

Kaiser Video Steps
Aetna Teladoc FAQ’s
REACH Employee Assistance Program (Password: reach)
Short-Term Disability FAQ’s
FMLA FAQ’s
Unemployment Insurance benefits  
Vitality Portal
Spring into Fitness Workout Challenge