Health Links™ is a mentoring program that champions health and safety at work. Our comprehensive certification and advising program uses evidence-based strategies to help organizations and their team members achieve Total Worker Health®.

As a program of the Center for Health, Work & Environment at the Colorado School of Public Health, our deep experience as researchers and industry trailblazers informs everything we do for you.

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What We Do

  • Assess

    Take our 35-question Assessment to benchmark your efforts, identify critical next steps, and get certified* as a Healthy Workplace.

  • Advise

    Complete personalized virtual advising sessions to develop a Healthy Workplace Action Plan and track your goals.

  • Achieve

    Access proven tools and trainings, get certified as a Healthy Workplace, and achieve excellence in health and safety.

Success Stories

“Health Links has helped White Construction Group build a culture of health and safety by providing us with a tool that allows for critical reflection.”

White Construction Group

White Construction Group

Certified Health Links™ Business Partner

“We needed the impetus to improve our wellness programs. Health Links has been good at providing resources and support to get programs moving.”

Town of Winter Park

Town of Winter Park

Certified Health Links™ Business Partner

“Our certification validates our wellness program. It’s shown our employees how much we value them, their health, and the health of their families.”

Pinnacol Assurance

Pinnacol Assurance

Certified Health Links™ Business Leader


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