APA Center for Organizational Excellence: APA's Psychologically Healthy Workplace Honors & Recipients

The Awards

APA's Psychologically Healthy Workplace Honors

APA’s Psychologically Healthy Workplace Honors recognizes organizations for their efforts to foster employee health and well-being while enhancing organizational performance.

The criteria and evaluation are based on extensive research that psychologists have found help people stay healthy and perform at their best on the job.

2018 Honorees

  • Access Development (Utah)
  • AREUFIT Health Services (Pennsylvania)
  • Autosoft (Pennsylvania)
  • Back in Motion Rehab (British Columbia)
  • Beach Cities Health District (California)
  • Beehive Strategic Communication (Minnesota)
  • Bowers + Kubota Consulting (Hawaii)
  • Community Health Options (Maine)
  • Dakota County (Minnesota)
  • Diversified Rehabilitation Group (British Columbia)
  • EveryMind (Maryland)
  • Imagine IT (Minnesota)
  • Indiana Health Group
  • JTS Direct (Wisconsin)
  • LaSalle Network (Illinois)
  • Liberty Puerto Rico
  • Machias Savings Bank (Maine)
  • Mascoma Bank (New Hampshire)
  • Multi-Health Systems (Ontario)
  • Optus (Arkansas)
  • Tasty Catering (Illinois)
  • Team Horner (Florida)
  • Utah Foster Care

Organizations that meet criteria have implemented programs across the five practice areas (i.e., employee involvement, health and safety, employee growth and development, work-life balance and employee recognition), demonstrate positive outcome for employees and the organization, and receive positive results on an employee survey and site visit. APA selects the top organizations to receive a Psychologically Healthy Workplace Award and recognizes other applicants that meet the criteria with an Honors designation.

For two decades, APA has celebrated psychologically healthy workplaces. Since the program’s start in 1999, more than 700 organizations have been recognized.

"When you have a high level of employee involvement in regards to the decision-making and problem-solving; and, when employees know that they are not alone to deal with their personal issues; and, when they see opportunities to become healthier with their employer's help; then, that business will be able to count on its greatest resource, its employees."

Glenn McFadden
Executive Vice President of Operations
The Comporium Group