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Health Links™ got its start right here in Colorado as a signature program of the Center for Health, Work & Environment at the Colorado School of Public Health. We collaborate with employers across the state to build a culture of health and safety in the workplace. We assess organizations’ policies and programs, offer evidence-based recommendations in one-on-one advising sessions, connect employers with local resources, and certify qualifying employers as Healthy Businesses.

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News in Colorado

September 4, 2017

Businesses honored for workplace wellness

Colorado

"Five Colorado employers were recognized for their efforts to keep employees healthy and happy at a ceremony at CU South Denver in Lone Tree on Aug. 17. The event, Celebrating Colorado's Healthiest Places to Work, was presented by Health Links, a program administered through the Colorado School of Public Health. The awards, in their fourth year, went to winners exemplifying the theme 'family-friendly businesses.' Presenters honored recipients with certificates and, in some cases, cowbells." 

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August 30, 2017

Wellness programs help employees do their best

Colorado

Studies show presenteeism costs businesses up to three times more than absenteeism. In her latest article, Mesa County advisor Rebecca Weitzel offers suggestions for addressing employee health issues and cultivating a healthy workplace culture.

August 28, 2017

Venture out to help businesses offer wellness programs

Colorado


Rebecca Weitzel, Health Links Advisor in Mesa County, and Skip Hudson, entrepreneur and mental health educator, have launched a venture to offer wellness programs to small businesses. Good Life Wellness Solutions offers a range of services, tools, and support to help their clients create a healthy, happy workplace. Visit the website to learn more.