On Site Wellbeing Programs

 
 
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Pitkin County workers

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% of respondents said they regularly experienced moderate to extreme mental stress

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% of employees indicated they would voluntarily participate in a wellbeing break at work even if it was during their break time.

“We do a lot of strenuous activities. We can shovel for 10 hours a day. Our job requires a lot of heavy lifting, running saws, and carrying pipe. You can go home feeling really sore. You can be hurting. Before this ACW program, I've never even thought about stretching. After learning how to stretch with you, I've started stretching in the morning and in the middle of the day, every day. I feel so much better after. Our ACW program brings the whole team together, it increases our productivity and it makes our job easier --- it's easier if you are limber and paying attention to what you eat. At first, everyone was really apprehensive and now we all love it. We are literally recharged and it makes us feel better about what we are doing. I can't say enough good things about this.”

- Bob Byram, Pitkin County, Public Works

 

These statistics are based on a selection from the overall program.

 

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Aspen Valley Hospital Staff

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% of respondents indicated they want to participate in a worksite wellbeing program.

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% of respondents requested movement exercises as the main component in a worksite wellbeing program.

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Class is conducted in both English + Spanish by a bilingual facilitator.

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Program is still in progress. We will post results as they are compiled.

 

These statistics are based on a selection from the overall program.

 

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city OF ASPEN employees

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% of respondents said the key factor in not achieving their wellbeing goals was not having enough time dedicated toward those goals.

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% of those surveyed said that lunchtime/midday was ideal to them for participating in a wellbeing program.

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"The summer is a very busy time for me and the ACW program helped me cut my day in two, allowing me to focus on myself for a moment. I have issues with my hips, and our ACW facilitator has great hip stretches that have helped me a lot. I feel even taller, longer, more aware.I am more centered, more focused internally after a session. I definitely feel like the ACW program has been of benefit for me and my co-workers. We feel it in our day-to-day work."

- Raquel Flinker, City Of Aspen, Engineering Department

 

These statistics are based on a selection from the overall program. Please click here for more information regarding the City of Aspen Employees wellbeing program and case study.

 

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PITKIN COUNTY JAIL population

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The majority of inmates housed at Pitkin County jail are being incarcerated for crimes related to substance abuse/addiction issues stemming from untreated mental illness.

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This population is typically jailed for a few weeks to months and maintaining normal social/community interaction is crucial to their successful and imminent return to the civilian population.

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Program is still in progress. We will post results as they are compiled.

 

These statistics are based on a selection from the overall program.