Innovative, New Website, www.ForHealthandLiving.com, Provides Free Online Tools for Individuals to Keep Healthy and Vital

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, a not-for-profit, federally qualified, Medicare Advantage health plan contracted with Medicare, has launched a new website named “For Health and Living” (), to help individuals have no cost access to resources and online engagement to help them live a full, vital and healthy life.

“We are constantly monitoring and listening to our membership and the communities we serve,” says Ronald H. Bolding, president and CEO, Inter Valley Health Plan. “The ‘For Health and Living’ website is another example of how we are going above and beyond to help people create and maintain the mind-body-spirit connection.”

From information and programs about Rejuvenating Your Body and Revitalizing Your Spirit to Retirement with a Mission, or the “New” Life at Home – changes in the marital & parental relationship in the sixth decade and beyond, the For Health & Living website will explore it all. Some of the site’s features and capabilities:

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is a non-profit, federally qualified, Medicare Advantage health plan contracted with Medicare and dedicated to providing the best value in senior health coverage. Inter Valley Health Plan strives to improve the quality of life for seniors throughout its service area and is one of the oldest managed care plans in Southern California with over 30 years in business. Entrusted by 18,500 individuals stretching from Los Angeles to Palm Springs to Riverside, Hemet, Victorville, Temecula, and virtually every city and town in between, Inter Valley Health Plan is dedicated to keeping its members healthy and strong, while maintaining non-profit and real service values. For more information, please visit or call Cyndie O’Brien, VP Marketing & Communications (909) 623-6333. Please like us on .

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