A Wellness Committee is forming at CleanSlate!

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What is a Wellness Committee?

A Wellness Committee is a group of individuals that assist in planning, promoting, and implementing an organizational wellness program. Wellness programs educate and include resources that can help reduce health risks, reduce health care costs, boost morale, help with team building and create a space for social support for employees wanting to implement healthy ideas and programs into their own lives.  

 

Who should get involved?

Leaders and team members from all centers and departments are encouraged to join. The Wellness Committee needs team member?s unique perspectives and ideas. We will work together to create and implement programs that will assist us in motivating one another to improve our health and wellness.

 

What are the benefits of participating?

  • Getting to know other team members
  • Engage with other Warriors from all parts of the organization, and help one another create healthy and fulfilling goals and habits 
  • Impact the organization through shared ideas and fun activities
  • Set an example for others and show what can accomplish together (Together We Succeed!)

 

Get involved. Be a part of the next phase in our organizational evolution.

This committee will need team members who will be able to assist with working on program activities, tracking those activities in their area and helping to create communications for the Warrior?s Blog.

If this committee and its activities are of interest to you, and you feel you have the time to participate please contact me directly at hwardrop@cleanslatecenters.com.  In your email, please communicate why you are interested in joining the Wellness Committee and what level of commitment or time you feel you could provide to the committee.

 

Heather Wardrop

Heather Wardrop is a People Services Business Partner for CleanSlate, a leading national medical group that provides office-based outpatient medication treatment for the chronic disease of addiction, primarily alcohol and opioid use disorders.