WorkWell Lawrence

WorkWell Lawrence promotes wellness policies and practices in workplaces with a focus on physical activity, nutrition and tobacco use. WorkWell welcomes participation from employers, human resources and worksite wellness professionals interested in improving the health of workers in Douglas County.

Given that adults spend about half of their waking hours on the job, worksites provide an optimal opportunity to initiate and support a healthy lifestyle. Research has shown that habits formed in the workplace will carry over into the home. We’re working with Douglas County employers to help develop and implement policies and programs that promote physical activity, nutrition and tobacco-free living.

To get involved, please contact us at 785-843-3060 or via email.
  1. WorkWell Lawrence leaders participate in workshop

    WorkWell Lawrence Director Susan Johnson and Coordinator Ethan Wilms participated in a WorkWell Kansas Champion Workshop on Feb. 8 in Wichita. Read on...
  2. Free vending assessments offered to worksites

    The Lawrence-Douglas County Health Department is offering free vending assessments to employers in Douglas County. Read on...
  3. KU intern joins WorkWell Lawrence staff

    A University of Kansas senior from Overland Park has joined the WorkWell Lawrence staff as an intern. Read on...
  4. WorkWell Kansas announces spring workshops

    WorkWell Kansas has announced its spring schedule of workshops. Read on...
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