Making social connections. Building wellness.
When you connect with others, you give your health a boost! The physical and mental benefits of social connectedness lead to healthier, more engaged communities. And it starts with you. Just say Hello!Start Connecting
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Making social connections is an important way to be healthy and strong, just like exercising, drinking water and eating nutritious food.
Just like those traditional ways to build wellness, making social connections requires investing time, energy and intention.Build your skills
People with strong social relationships are 50% more likely to live longer.Read More
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Importance of Social Connectedness
Research shows social connection can significantly improve mental and physical health.Learn More