You are an important part of our team at Santa Clara County Schools’ Insurance Group (SCCSIG), and we value and appreciate your hard work and dedication. Because you play such an important role in our success, we are pleased to provide you with the resources you need  to protect and care for yourself and your family.

SCCSIG Benefits Guides

Your benefits program offers everything you need to stay healthy, physically, and financially.

We invite you to learn about your options, so you can make the most of the benefits available to you. Information is key when it’s time to make important choices. In this guide, you’ll find details about your benefits program. We encourage you to carefully review the plans and select the right coverage for your unique needs.

We look forward to a healthy and safe 2023!

Employee Wellness Program

The Employee Wellness Program is an incentive-based wellness program that rewards employees for maintaining a healthy lifestyle. All medically enrolled SCCSIG employees are eligible to participate.

Employee Wellness – Challenges and Participation

Start Your Wellness Journey, Earn Your Incentive Rewards. Please note that only employees who are currently enrolled in the medical, Kaiser and/or UHC plan, are eligible to participate. Start your journey to a good health!

In Partnership with United Healthcare
and Kaiser Permanente

Employee Wellness – Fitness

Incentives to help motivate members to exercise, sign up for free classes (free to all Benefits eligible employees), register at KB Fitness

Program Employee Assistance Program (EAP)

Get help with stress, mental health, substance use and more.

A set of services provided to you and members of your household by your employer at no cost with no enrollment needed. Take advantage of free services including:

  • easy access to an emotional support professional by phone any time, 
  • connects you to confidential, no-cost, short-term counseling sessions with licensed professionals, 
  • financial and legal support, and help with community resources  
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