Workforce Programs

At the Center for Wellness and Health, we provide organizations with innovative mobile and computer-based programs that improve the health and productivity of their workforce.  Proven effective in rigorous research and covering a wide range of health topics, these powerful, engaging programs have been adopted by a wide variety of organizations, from Fortune 500 companies and major hospitals to small businesses and neighborhood clinics.  

Taking Charge: Health Promotion and Alcohol Misuse Prevention for Working Adults

Taking Charge is a mobile, web-based alcohol misuse and workplace wellness program. This program is optimized for smartphones and contains segments devoted to Healthy Eating, Physical Activity, Sleep, Managing Stress, and Alcohol and Health....

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Aging Well: Health Promotion and Alcohol Misuse Prevention for Adults Age 65+

Aging Well is a web-based program aimed at reducing alcohol misuse among people 65 and older. This intervention is housed within a larger health promotion program that includes segments on the Aging Process, Staying Healthy, Alcohol and Aging, and Navigating...

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BREATHE: Stress Management for Nurses

BREATHE is a web-based stress management program specifically oriented toward the unique occupational stressors of nursing. Because nurses are often on the move, this multi-media program includes a mobile application accessible by smartphones and tablets....

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"We have worked collaboratively with CWH on multiple projects, including clinical trials and direct delivery of CWH health promotion content. In every case, CWH has provided programming of the highest quality, and, because of evaluation, we have seen improvements in well-being, reduced stress, and greater health consciousness amongst employees and managers from diverse organizations. CWH not only offers great programming, they demonstrate high-level consultation to ensure workplaces receive only the best in health promotion."

Dr Joel Bennett, Organizational Wellness and Learning Systems

"Our hospital has used the program BREATHE: Stress Management Program for Nurses. The program was excellent and included so much more than just stress management techniques for the users. The nurses felt that the platform was extremely useful in managing stress and was easy and convenient to use."

Suzanne Dutton, Sibley Memorial Hospital, Johns Hopkins Medicine