The KDHE Bureau of Health Promotion has been a proud partner on WWKS, a four-year statewide initiative that launched in 2010 to train Kansas worksites in the development and implementation of worksite wellness initiatives.

This partnership has included the KU School of Medicine – Wichita, the Wichita Business Coalition on Health Care and the Kansas Department of Health and Environment.

The KDHE Worksite Wellness Program supports the WWKS framework and encourages worksites to focus on planning and delivering their initiative at every level, from environment to information.

Click here to go to the WorkWell KS website and learn more about the strategic framework.