Welcome to our free toolkit for starting your own Worksite Wellness Program.
This page shares free tools to help you with your program.
If you join Worksite Wellness Services given by Four Corners Health Department you can make your wellness plan fit your work team. A Four Corners staff person can be at all your meetings (and lead them if needed). Tools such as flyers or posters (let us know what you need, and we will find it) can be given at no extra charge. You will also have one-on-one help when sending out assessments, writing your workplan, and applying for awards for carrying out your wellness plan. You can also get pre-made activities for your workplace as well as health checks on many topics.
Contact Four Corners today to learn more!
Four Corners Work Site Wellness Brochure
Four Corners Work Site Wellness Pricing
Why Does My Workplace Need a Wellness Program?
Making the Business Case for Prevention. Here is a video, published by the CDC about how worksite wellness helps small businesses.
Healthy staff are productive staff. Learn how health programs are helping small workplaces make small, low-cost changes to boost employee health, attendance, staff retention, and the bottom line.
Water Activity Tools:
- FitFacts to Stay Hydrated
- 10 Tips to Make Better Drink Choices
- Infused Water
- Water Tracking Sheet
- Flavored Water Recipes
Tobacco Quitting Info
- Nebraska Tobacco Quit Line (800) QUIT-NOW
- Four Corners offers Tobacco Quitting Info Sessions throughout the year. Join us online or in-person. Learn more here.
The American Heart Association (AHA) / American Stroke Association (ASA) 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. To learn more, click here.
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 workplaces decide if they are using science-based health programs and interventions in their worksites to help stop heart disease, stroke, and other health conditions such as high blood pressure (hypertension), diabetes, and obesity.