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Wellness News

November 15, 2017

The Great American Smokeout Tools & Resources

Take part in the American Cancer Society Great American Smokeout event coming up on November 16! Encourage someone you know to use the date to make a plan to quit. By quitting – even for 1 day – those who smoke will be taking an important step toward a healthier life and reducing their cancer risk.

Tools and Resources 

Information provided by the Smoking Cessation Leadership Center, University of California San Francisco

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October 27, 2017

Mental and Emotional Well-being: National Prevention Strategy Webinar

BHWP is excited to be participating in the following webinar.

2017 Webinar Series
The National Prevention Strategy: Health Across the Life Span
Presented by Region VIII Federal Partners

Mental and Emotional Well-Being
Thursday, November 16, 2017
2:00 – 3:30 pm, MT (4:00-5:30 ET)

See the full agenda here.

REGISTER HERE!

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Made to Move

DEREK NOLAND, M.P.H., Community Liaison

With the holiday season in the rearview mirror, financial wellness is at the forefront of many people’s minds. Regardless of whether you celebrated a holiday or exchanged gifts, finances are typically in the spotlight as one year ends and a new begins. And unfortunately, for far too many of us, thinking about our financial picture can lead to a great deal of stress and trepidation.

Yes, there are steps we can take to improve the bottom line of our financial wellness. Taking on side work, investing wisely, going back to school, working diligently for a raise, and finding ways to cut back are all valid ways of doing so. That being said, there are limitations to the effectiveness of these strategies as it pertains to the big picture; vastly changing one’s financial situation over a short period of time is not usually realistic. Generally speaking, a long-term approach to improving one’s financial wellness is the most effective and more likely to yield positive results. But, in a society that continues to become increasingly focused on the immediate and present, this approach can contrast with the way we think about most things, and ultimately impact our overall wellness. So, what can we do to navigate this challenge?

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Registration Open for May 2018 RMTTS Training

The RMTTS Training Program has opened registration for our May 14-17, 2018 training in Aurora, Colorado at the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus. The fee for all four days of training is $1200, including breakfast and lunch each day.

Tobacco Treatment Specialists are an indispensable facet of healthcare organizations’ tobacco cessation services. Join the growing number of tobacco specialists working across the nation. This comprehensive program consists of 3 full days of training and one day of testing. Upon completion, you will be eligible to achieve the advanced certification of Certified Tobacco Treatment Specialist.

Register for the May 14-17, 2018 training

More information on the RMTTS Training Program

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