Spartanburg County is committed to providing a work environment that supports health and wellness. The Employee Wellness Program provides employees with information and resources that promote healthy living.
Employees will have access to the fitness centers located at the Administration Building and Community Services Building at no cost to the employee. Employees must sign a waiver and submit it to Human Resources before using the facilities. The fitness centers are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to county employees.
Administration Building is located at 366 N Church Street Photos
Community Services Building is located at 9036 Fairforest Road Photos
Weekly fitness classes will be offered at little or no cost to the employee. Employees must sign a waiver and submit it to Human Resources before attending a fitness class.
Health Education and Disease Prevention
Prevent T2 Class
A year-long lifestyle change program recognized by the Centers for Disease Control (CDC). The program is also known as the National Diabetes Prevention Program (NDPP). This program targets people with prediabetes and is designed to cut the risk in half for developing type 2 diabetes.
Spartanburg County offers the Prevent T2 class to employees that meet the requirements for the program.
2017 Class Success: Participants have lost an average of 2.62% of their total body weight and 90% of participants would recommend the class to a friend or colleague.
Employees will have the opportunity to participate in wellness events throughout the year.
Hub City Mobile Market - The mobile market offers monthly stops for Spartanburg County employees providing fresh produce from local farmers.
Cooking Demos - Learn healthy ways to prepare meals using fresh ingredients. Participants will taste samples and take home a copy of the recipe.
Health in Hand - $5.00 smoothies every Wednesday
Monarch Café - 10% discount (exclusion: take-out buffet)
YMCA - No Join Fee ($100 savings) and 10% discount off monthly rate
Community Centers - 50% discount for county employees at Timken Community Center and Chesnee Community Center.