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In collaboration with Colorado's most trusted health charities, Health Matters at Work® programs provide valuable tools and resources for Colorado employers. 

Healthcare costs will continue to rise, and all employers need resources to help manage costs and to meet a diversity of employee health needs.  The free programs of Health Matters at Work®  fill an important niche:

  • Support of customized on-site health education programs (such as wellness initiatives, lunch-and-learn series and health fairs).
  • Access to the Resource Navigator and the Community Health Charities of Colorado Resource Directory.
  • Health Matters at Work® eNews, interactive Webinar Series, and Podcast Series.
  • VolunteerMatters365 workplace volunteer program tools.       
For more information on Health Matters at Work®, and how these programs impact your employees and your business, contact Kathryn Roy at (303) 758-0069 / kroy@healthcharities.org 
 
 

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Don't Get Spooked: 5 Things You Can Do to Support a Sick Co-Worker

Sick Co-WorkerThe serious illness of a co-worker can shake the foundation of a workplace, affecting the dynamics, productivity and atmosphere. People often find they are unprepared to deal with their own feelings about a co-worker's illness. They may be afraid to say or do the wrong thing. And most want to help, but aren't sure how they can. The most important thing you can do for yourself and for your co-worker is to communicate.



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Army Specialist Cameron graduated with his dog, Harper, in of June 2009. Cameron served a 12-month tour in Iraq, where he suffered physical injuries to his back, knees and ankles from a series of roadside bombs that erupted next to his vehicle. Cameron, who also suffers from Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), has lived in the Warrior Transition Unit at Fort Carson since returning from Iraq in February 2006.

 
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