Health Links​ is a mentoring program that champions health and safety at work. We offer evidence-based Healthy Workplace Certification™ and advising to help organizations and their team members achieve Total Worker Health®. As a nonprofit based in the Center for Health, Work & Environment, our deep experience as researchers and industry trailblazers informs everything we do for you. 

We make it our mission to further your vision of a healthier, safer workplace. We’re here to help you support Total Worker Health® — a holistic approach to worker well-being that enhances safety, health, and productivity. It’s an achievable goal with measurable impact.   

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Case study: Helping people grow


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In its search for direction and support in revamping the company’s culture of health and safety, White Construction Group (WCG) decided to partner with Health Links to identify attainable action steps towards creating a safer and healthier workplace. 

“It has always been our top priority to carefully consider how we treat our people.”  Chris Haugen, WCG President

Case study: A culture of engagement


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Health Links worked with the City and County of Denver (CCD) to help them strengthen employee engagement and connect people with their passion.

“When leaders show excitement, support, and even participate in a new program, it helps motivate employees.”  Lizzie Schoon, CCD Wellness Program Coordinator

Case study: Walking the talk


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Doctor Fix It partnered with Health Links to enhance its health and safety programming and effectively assess the health and safety needs and interests of its employees. 

“Our company’s hope was to become a business that ‘walked the talk’ when it came to our employees’ health and safety. We felt the best way to do that was to better understand what our employees needed to be happier, healthier, and safer.” — Diana Misuraca, Safety Manager