Health Matters at Work® is a comprehensive web and workplace-based health initiative that helps businesses, employees and their families learn about prevention of chronic disease, as well as manage chronic health conditions more effectively.
As a value-added program of Community Health Charities of America, Health Matters at Work® draws on the educational, service, and programmatic resources available through more than 60 national member health organizations to create a dynamic chronic disease program.
Healthcare costs are typically the second or third largest expense in every major company. To assist the workplace in addressing this challenge, Community Health Charities developed the Health Matters at Work® program. The Resource Navigator provided by the healthmattersatwork.org website collects current tools, program, and community resources from the nation's leading health charities and places them in one convenient health portal. Whether you want to plan on-site activities with experts from our member health charities, or offer virtual resources through our website, Health Matters at Work and the staff at Community Health Charities make it easier to engage the nation's leading health charities at your workplace.
Learn more about the benefits of starting Health Matters at Work® at your company.
For Employees and their Families
Health Matters at Work® delivers the combined strength of the nation’s most trusted health charities to employees and their families. The program makes it easier for employees to find and take home credible health information including:
- Caregiver Tools and Resources
- Diet and Exercise Tools
- Disease Management Tools
- Health Risk Assessment Tools
- Warning Signs and Symptoms of Common Chronic Diseases
- Video Podcast Series on Current Health Issue
- A Directory of Local Health Charities
- Information on Local Support Groups
- Opportunities to Volunteer
Use the Resource Navigator to locate free tools and resources of the nation’s leading health charities to improve your life, and the lives of the people you know and love.
Information on this website is for educational purposes only; it should not be construed as medical advice. You should not use it for diagnosing or treating a health problem or disease. Consult your physician for detailed information about medical conditions as well as information contained here.