2017–2018
Health Links in Review

This year, we grew our Healthy Business Network and trained more professionals to lead the way in workplace health and safety. We advised businesses, both large and small, on the best ways to meet their health and safety goals, reaching more than 91,000 workers.

In the News

March 26, 2018

Colorado Culture of Health Conference

The Colorado Culture of Health Conference is a great opportunity for employers, health professionals, and others interested in supporting health and wellness in the workplace to learn and network. The conference will feature presentations on creating a culture of health in the workplace, ways to engage employees, and more. The winner of the Governor’s Award for Worksite Wellness will also be announced at the event. This award is given to one outstanding organization in the Health Links™ Healthy Business Network that is creating a culture of health and safety in their workplace. Learn more and register here.

March 26, 2018

Celebrating Colorado's Healthiest Places to Work

Join Health Links to celebrate and recognize businesses, nonprofits, and community partners creating healthy, safe workplaces in Colorado. This event is an opportunity to network with like-minded organizations, share best practices, and connect with local vendors. We are excited to present an all-star line-up including business executives, health and wellness leaders, and public health professionals. If you are, or want to be, part of creating health, safe workplaces, you won't want to miss this. Learn more at cohealthybiz.squarespace.com.

March 17, 2018

Health Links awards funding to 15 Colorado businesses to support health and safety

“The accelerator program is a way for us to support local organizations to improve the health and safety of their workplace in a way that is sustainable. A little funding can go a long way. These funds help turn a ‘wish list’ idea into reality and make a real difference in the lives of employees across the state.” – Lili Tenney, director of Health Links Health Links has awarded funding to 15 Colorado businesses to support capital health and safety improvements in their workplaces. This year, 29 businesses across five counties submitted applications for Healthy Business Accelerator Awards. Proposals ranged from improving breastfeeding accommodations to purchasing new safety equipment. See the 2018 award recipients.

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MINES & Associates strives to bring wellness and mental health assistance to our clients and community. With our focus on helping our clients be healthy- both as an organization and as individuals- it was a no brainer to join Health Links. MINES is always looking for ways to collaborate and partner with like-minded organizations that promote the same ideals. Last year we were a healthy Business Partner and now it is exciting to see how much difference a year can make as we continue to focus on the safety and wellbeing of our employees. Ultimately, healthy employees are happier employees, as well as being more productive.end quote

Raena Chatwin
Business Development Associate, Mines and Associates

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