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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

July 8, 2018

Health Links awarded $147,000 to improve worker health and safety in Weld County

Health LinksTM has been awarded $147,000 in Supplemental Environmental Project (SEP) funds through the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE) for a project to improve worker health and safety in Weld County. Health Links will use this funding to lead an employer coalition, host trainings, grant funding for sustainable workplace health and safety improvements, and offer their assessment and advising services to employers in the community. 

March 18, 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...