Join the 2017 Community Wellness Challenge

Are you ready to revamp those New Year’s resolutions to live healthier in 2017? You are not alone. In fact 80% of us have given up on our resolutions already. Healthy Communities has organized a FREE month-long Wellness Challenge (April 1-30th) to help you reset and begin living healthy again. This challenge will help you develop and maintain healthy habits and overall well-being. The emphasis on purpose, nutrition, activity and mindfulness will engage you and inspire you to become happier, healthier and more energetic. You can also win fun prizes!

Click here to download the Challenge Packet or email Healthy Communities at [email protected]. You can also pick up the packet at WellConnect (237 Washington Street) after March 22, 2017.

Columbus Regional Health employees participated in a pilot Wellness Challenge, and Healthy Communities received a variety of great comments:

  • Thank you for this Wellness challenge! It is nice to have a reminder to focus on purpose and mindfulness, but it was especially nice to know that my co-workers were on the path as well. It made the whole endeavor more fun, to know that we are focused as a group. Thank you for the encouragement! - Rebecca Patton
  • The CRH Wellness Challenge was great! Not only did it inspire me to get back on track, my boyfriend has gotten off the couch and started walking too. Now, let me tell you that is a MIRACLE! - Sandra Haworth 

To complete the Wellness Challenge and be entered into the raffle for a chance to win great prizes, you should complete the following by May 3rd, 2017:

  • Download the Wellness Challenge document below or pick up a copy at WellConnect. The challenge begins April 1, 2017.
    2017 Community Wellness Challenge Toolkit
  • Complete at least 24 different wellness activities that include at least six (6) tasks from each of the four (4) wellness pillars: Purpose, Nutrition, Mindfulness and Activity by April 30, 2017.
  • Submit the document by emailing a copy of the entire packet with completed items checked to [email protected] or drop off a copy at WellConnect (237 Washington Street) by no later than May 3, 2017.

Media Contact:
Laura Garrett
Community Initiatives Lead
Healthy Communities
[email protected]


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