The Group Health Resource Line is a free information service for Group Health members. You may request printed information about health topics, get help registering for classes, and find out about health resources at Group Health and in your community.
Whether you're looking for a parenting class, facts about diabetes, or ways to cope with depression or grief, the Resource Line can direct you to helpful resources.
Staff is available weekdays from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
- In the Seattle area, call 206-326-2800
- Outside Seattle, call 1-800-992-2279 toll-free
- E-mail, email@example.com
Pamphlets are available on many health topics including how to quit smoking, control cholesterol, reduce stress, start an exercise program, and lower blood pressure. Information also is available in languages other than English.
To help manage your health, you may request record-keeping cards, reference lists, and patient education DVDs about selected diseases and conditions.
Also see: Health and Wellness Resources
Classes and Support Groups
The Resource Line staff can direct you to health-related classes and support groups at Group Health and in the community, and help you register. See the list of classes below. You also can get information about community agencies such as the Arthritis Foundation and the American Diabetes Association.
Also see: Classes & Events
Support for Seniors and Caregivers
For seniors and caregivers, the Resource Line can provide information on home care, transportation, adult day care, respite care, and related topics.
Also see: Member Advisory Groups: Senior Caucus
Living Wills and Advance Directives
Want to plan ahead for health care in case someday you won't be able to make your own decisions because of an injury or illness? Ask for the advance directives booklet, forms for durable power of attorney for health care (DPOA), and Physician Orders for Life Sustaining Treatment (POLST).
Also see: Living Wills and Care Planning