Welcome to Be Well! Our goal is to improve the overall health and wellness of employees through wellness initiatives that target risk factors and wellness issues that influence health.

Be Well is a cost-effective resource for employers to promote wellness and attain cost-containment goals.  Contact Be Well for more information on program specifics for your worksite.

What makes Be Well different from other products/programs that are available?

  • Recognized across the state and nation as a leader in Wellness Programs (2011 recipient of the Business Council of Fairfield County Platinum Award as a results-proven program; 2011 finalist (one of 22 out of 245 applicants) in the US DHHS Healthy Living Innovation Awards)
  • Be Well is a service of the local public health department. We are not-for-profit, so we provide the best value for your dollar; the only bottom line we are looking to improve is yours.
  • Be Well is local, and has an independent and on-site presence at the worksite; newsletters and initiatives are focused on YOUR employees; and being local means that we are able to adjust programming to local needs and interests; personal employee information is held in the strictest confidence and not provided to insurance or the employer.
  • Be Well is a research-based, results driven, comprehensive wellness initiative.  All nine core components of a highly rated wellness initiative are addressed by Be Well  (See article on these 9 Components).
  • Be Well is a proven product for worksite wellness  (References available upon request)
  • Be Well uses successful marketing strategies to gain maximum participation among employees  

    Click on the links below for details on Be Well



    Health Risk Assessment



    4 Key Benefits


    ROI Report 2007-2010

    Scope of Services


    Participant Report


    Health Impact 2010


    Health Impact 2011

    The Be Well Quality Improvement Storyboard 

We can design an on-site wellness program to meet your needs. Contact Be Well today!

860-429-3361    be_well@ehhd.org