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Other General Workforce Health Promotion Toolkits

The toolkits in this section address overall program design and planning for health promotion programs in the workplace and may contain checklists, step-by-step guides, budgets, and other tools. Before implementing any of these interventions, the toolkits should be selected and evaluated based on the identified needs of your employee population. Fees may also be associated with some of these toolkits.

CDC toolkits are designated with CDC.

Federal Resources

CDC Moving into Action: Promoting Heart–Healthy and Stroke–Free Communities
Moving into Action for Employers is a series of action items designed to help employers promote heart–healthy and stroke–free communities. Each item suggests ways to encourage general interest and awareness of these health issues to specific policies that promote healthy behaviors and reduce risks associated with heart disease and stroke.

State Resources

Building Healthy Texans Worksite Wellness Toolkit
The Texas Department of State Health Services, in partnership with Blue Cross Blue Shield of Texas, created this toolkit to help Texas employers develop and improve programs for employee wellness.

Good Work! Resource Kit
The Good Work! Resource Kit was developed to help work sites interested in developing low-cost ways to support employee health and productivity by providing successful techniques used by Maine businesses.

Worksite Resource Kit [PDF-565k]
This Worksite Resource Kit was designed by the Colorado Physical Activity and Nutrition Program for all work sites to gain resources and program ideas to start or further work site wellness initiatives.

Worksite Wellness Index [PDF-177k]
This self assessment and planning guide developed by the Texas Department of State Health Services helps identify the strengths and weaknesses of your worksite’s wellness and health promotion policies and programs, and helps you to develop an action plan to implement a worksite wellness program or improve an existing program.

Worksite Wellness Resource Kit
Developed by the Wisconsin Department of Health and Family Services, the Worksite Wellness Resource Kit is a tool to assist worksites with implementing strategies that have been proven to be effective. The kit provides information to implement a broad range of strategies or programming.

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