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Health Links conducts ongoing outreach to engage community partners, small businesses, policy leaders, health and safety providers, and other stakeholder groups to establish strategic alliances to promote workplace health. Our partners are essential in providing the support and services that help improve the health, safety and well-being of individuals and organizations.
These private-public partnerships result in instrumental program support including underwriting for community advisors, capacity building, and marketing and evaluation efforts. Public health collaborations help bridge chronic disease prevention programs and employer engagement and the role of health promotion in the workplace.
We work with local, state and national based organizations that promote health, safety and well-being through workplace initiatives.
We'd like to thank and recognize each of our partners for their continued engagement:
Health Links is made possible by financial support from community members and organizations. The program was initiated from a generous start-up grant from Pinnacol Assurance and funding from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH), and the Hollis Family Trust.
We continue to partner with private sponsors, insurers, and state agencies to expand the program across Colorado and to additional states. We value collaborative partnerships by partnering with a wide range of stakeholder groups in business and public health in a way that works to meet the needs of different communities.
We'd like to recognize our funding sponsers: