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Worksite Wellness

Worksite Wellness:

Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion Bureau Collaboration

Worksite wellness programs and policies have a substantial impact on health care costs, absenteeism, workers compensation costs, and productivity. To promote model worksite health promotion policies in Montana worksites, the Montana Nutrition & Physical Activity (NAPA) Program, Montana Cancer Control Programs and the entire Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion Bureau offers technical assistance to support this groundbreaking work at your worksite in collaboration with the Montana Worksite Health Promotion Coalition.

If you are interested in finding out more about how to incorporate worksite wellness policies into your worksite, please visit the Montana Cancer Control Programs Contractors website. Click on your geographical area to identify a contractor who can answer your questions.

Infographic of Prevention Means Business: Poor Health is Bad for Business, Prevention Pays at Work and Healthy Employees = Healthy Businesses

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For templates with model policy language in the following areas, please click on the area you are interested in. These are meant to be used as a guide in the creation of your organization’s policies, so please let us know if there are any questions.

What can we do to help with worksite wellness for your company? Contact the health educator in your region for more information.
 

 

 

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