Wellness Teams Receive Health Hero Award

City of Great Falls wellness teams have received a 2014 Montana Health Hero Award from the Eat Right Montana Coalition/Action for Healthy Kids Team. This is a new award designed to recognize individuals or programs that have gone beyond the requirements of a job…

Local Worksite Wellness Programs Recieve National Recognition

Local wellness teams were recently highlighted in the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC) recent publication, “Increasing Breast and Cervical Cancer Screening: An Action Guide to Facilitate Evidence-Based Strategies.” The guide cites interventions during 2011-2012 at the Great Falls Police Department, Great Falls…

Leadership in Action: DPHHS Worksite Wellness

The Montana Department of Public Health and Human Services (DPHHS) launched an agency-wide worksite wellness program earlier this year. The program encourages DPHHS staff to lead healthier lifestyles by becoming more active and improving eating habits. Already, the program has shown a great deal…

Worksite Wellness Sites Helping Create a Future Free of Colon Cancer

Organizations across Great Falls and Chouteau County are joining the movement to create a healthier work environment through worksite wellness programs. Penny Paul, Community Health Education Specialist for the Cascade City-County Health Department (CCHD), works with some of these sites to determine what activities…

Worksite Wellness Sites Helping Create a Future Free of Breast Cancer

Many organizations acress Great Falls and neighboring counties are joining the movement to create a healthier work environment through worksite wellness programs. Three of these sites include Great Falls Police Department; Junkermier, Clark, Campanella, Stevens; and the Chouteau County Health Department. During the month…

Worksites Dress in Blue to Raise Awareness

Organizations across Great Falls and Chouteau County are joining the movement to create a healthier work environment through worksite wellness programs. Penny Paul, Community Health Education Specialist for the Cascade City-County Health Department (CCHD), works with some of these sites to determine what activities…

Worksite Wellness Award for CCHD

Healthy People in a Healthy Community is the vision of the Cascade City-County Health Department and its committment to the community. This doesn’t just pertain to the public, however; it includes the employees as well. CCHD Community Health Education Specialist Penny Paul offers tips…