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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 
 
 

In other news...

Exercise Tip: 8 Ways to Stay Active at Work

Stretching at WorkMore research continues to find that sitting too much for long periods of time is harmful to our health. Taking just a few minutes to walk around the office is better than sitting for hours on end in a chair. Take every opportunity you can to get up and move! Remember, the more you move, the more calories you burn.



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