Organizations Earn Wellness Designations

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Ball State University is one of the new five-star recipients. Ball State University is one of the new five-star recipients.

More than 30 Indiana organizations are new qualifiers for the Wellness Council of Indiana's AchieveWELL certification. The council, which is under the umbrella of the Indiana Chamber of Commerce, recognizes groups for encouraging employee health through onsite wellness programs.

The certification is awarded in three levels, up to a Five-Star Award.

Among the new certifications:

New Three-Star recipients:

Bona Vista Programs, Inc. – Kokomo
CICOA Aging & In-Home Solutions – Indianapolis
Gregory & Appel Insurance – Indianapolis
Hamilton County – Noblesville
The Indiana Rail Road Company – Indianapolis
Indiana University – Bloomington
Indianapolis Public Transportation Corporation
Katz, Sapper & Miller CPAs – Indianapolis
Lenex Steel Corporation – Indianapolis
Monarch Beverage – Indianapolis
Muncie Delaware Co. Chamber of Commerce and Horizon Convention Center
Muncie Indiana Transit System
MutualBank – Muncie
Open Door Health Services – Muncie
Riverview Health – Noblesville
Shindigz – South Whitley
Simon Property Group – Indianapolis
State of Indiana – Indianapolis
Taghleef Industries, Inc. – Terre Haute
Walgreens Pharmacies – Carmel

New Four-Star recipients:

Apex Benefits Group, Inc. – Indianapolis
City of South Bend – South Bend
Covance Central Laboratory Services, Inc. – Indianapolis
Hancock Regional Hospital – Greenfield
IU Health Ball Memorial Hospital – Muncie
Margaret Mary Health – Batesville
Mulzer Crushed Stone, Inc. – Tell City
The Children's Museum of Indianapolis – Indianapolis
Walker Information, Inc. – Indianapolis

New Five-Star recipients:

Ball State University – Muncie
Citizens Energy Group – Indianapolis
Ontario Systems – Muncie
Vectren Corporation – Evansville
Youth Opportunity Center – Muncie

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