Welcome to free resources for creating your own Worksite Wellness Program.

This page provides access to free resources to assist you with your program.

If you subscribe to Worksite Wellness Services provided by Four Corners Health Department you can customize your wellness plan.  A Four Corners staff person can be present at all your meetings (and lead them if needed).  Tools and resources (flyers, posters, etc.) can be provided at no additional charge.  You will also have one-on-one assistance when implementing your assessments, workplan, and applying for any awards or recognition for your wellness plan.  You will also have access to specific challenges for your workplace as well as health screenings on a variety of topics.

Contact Four Corners today for more information!

Four Corners Work Site Wellness Brochure

Four Corners Work Site Wellness Pricing 

Why Does My Business Need a Worksite Wellness Program?

Making the Business Case for Prevention.  Here is a video, published by the CDC about Worksite Wellness Benefits to Small Businesses.  

Healthy employees are productive employees.  Learn how health programs are helping small businesses make simple, affordable changes to improve employee health, staff retention, and the business owner’s bottom line.

Small Business Safety Handbook

Water Challenge Resources:

Tobacco Cessation Resources

Nebraska Tobacco Quit Line (800) QUIT-NOW

Physical Activity

The American Heart Association / American Stroke Association recommends at least 30 minutes of moderate-intensity activity at least 5 days each week, for a total of at least 150 minutes of physical activity each week.  For more information, click here.

Heart Health InfoGram.pdf

The Centers for Disease Control Workplace Walking Campaign Kit

Department of Health & Human Services Nebraska Worksite Wellness Toolkit

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Worksite Health Scorecard

This is a tool designed to help employers assess if they are implementing science-based health promotion interventions in their worksites to prevent heart disease, stroke, and related health conditions such as hypertension, diabetes, and obesity.

Governor’s Wellness Award Access

This award was created to encourage all businesses in Nebraska to offer wellness and health programs for their employees.