WELL for Life Community
WELL for Life values its community. Together we are working to enhance the science behind well-being so we can improve and better address well-being for communities locally, nationally and globally!
We are grateful for the meaningful insight WELL For Life provides, allowing us to tailor programming in direct response to the health and wellness needs and trends of our community. The WELL for Life team has been an invaluable partner.’ – Lee Pfab, Executive Director, Palo Alto Family YMCA
Internal Stanford Community
WELL for Life has partnered with BeWell to provide the WELL for Life Scale to Stanford employees to further engage in their well-being. BeWell provides a Berry to participants who complete the WELL for Life Scale.
In addition, BeWell has allowed us to repurpose their curated content of news stories and interviews with Stanford health promotion experts to include as a part of our monthly newsletter.
Stanford Medicine Office of Community Engagement
WELL for Life has partnered with the Stanford Medicine Office of Community Engagement to offer Undergraduate, Graduate and Medical Students the opportunity be part of WELL for Life by working with our community partners and taking part in research.
Stanford Research Registry
WELL for Life has partnered with the Stanford Research Registry to offer the opportunity to join WELL to everyone in their registry.
African American Community Health Advisory Committee (AACHAC)
WELL for Life has partnered with AACHAC to promote well-being to racial and ethnic minorities across the Bay Area. The AACHAC does this through programming, hosting events and engaging with the communities they serve.
Association of California Healthcare Districts
WELL for Life has partnered with California Healthcare Districts throughout the Bay Area to offer WELL for Life to the communities they serve.
Centennial Recreation Center
WELL has partnered with Centennial Recreation Center in Morgan Hill to offer WELL for Life to their staff, members and community in order to better inform the programming they offer.
Community Health for Asian Americans
WELL for Life has partnered with Community Health for Asian Americans (CHAA) to expand well-being to the broader Asian American community throughout the Bay Area. They are using WELL as a tool to better understand the well-being needs of the communities they serve.
Lean In Latinas
WELL for Life has partnered with Lean In Latinas to share WELL for Life and promote well-being to their members and the women they serve through the WELL for Life Scale and workshops.
San Mateo County Libraries
WELL for Life has partnered with San Mateo County Libraries to offer WELL to their staff, members and communities to optimize their well-being and better inform the libraries' programming.
WELL for Life has partnered with Sukham. Sukham's mission is to promote the practice of living and aging well while preparing for life’s transitions. WELL and Sukham partner to promote well-being in the South Asian community through outreach events and sharing WELL as a resource.
Whole Brain Health
WELL for Life has partnered with Whole Brain Health to help address the well-being needs of their community. Whole Brain Health is working to make the world a more brain healthy place. Together we promote well-being in the aging community through using the Stanford WELL for life Scale as a self assessment and as a resource.
The Y of Silicon Valley
WELL has partnered with all 11 Y branches throughout the San Francsico South Bay Area to share well-being with their staff and members. They are also using the results from the WELL for Life Scale to help better inform their programming.
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