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Check out the list below for more resources to connect with others or to learn about social isolation, loneliness and the importance of social connectedness.

Allina Health resources

  • Change to Chill

    Change to Chill™ is a free, award-winning, mental well-being resource offered by Allina Health. The interactive website is tailored to both teens and the adults who work with them. Change to Chill™ helps teens become more aware of the things that stress them out and equips them with relevant tools and resources to better manage stress and anxiety, so they can live happier, more resilient lives.

  • Health Powered Kids

    Health Powered Kids™ is a free health and wellness program offered by Allina Health. It provides fun, easy-to-use lessons and activities on nutrition, physical fitness, hygiene and mind-body balance for educators and parents to use in the classroom or at home.

  • Healthy Set Go

    The Healthy Set Go blog contains wellness and prevention information from the experts at Allina Health.

  • Penny George Institute for Health and Healing

    Penny George Institute for Health and Healing supports your well-being by focusing on your whole being.

Organizations supporting Social Connectedness:

  • Minnesota Department of Health #StayConnectedMN

    The #StayConnectedMN campaign provides simple messages and tips on how to support mental health and well-being, including staying connected to ourselves, our friends and the world around us.

  • Foundation for Social Connection

    Non-profit organization affiliated with Coalition to End Social Isolation & Loneliness that engages in education, increases public awareness, promotes innovative research, and spurs the development and implementation of evidence-based models that address social isolation/loneliness and social connection.

  • The Unlonely Project

    The Unlonely Project is an initiative of the Foundation of Art & Healing. The goal of the initiative is to broaden public awareness of the negative physical and mental health consequences of loneliness and empower people and communities to connect with each other through the arts.

  • Harvard Study of Adult Development

    One of the longest running studies on happiness, followed two groups of men over the last 80 years to identify the predictors of healthy aging—and highlighted the importance of connecting with others

Resources to connect with others

  • VolunteerMatch

    VolunteerMatch, an online database, allows individuals or groups to search for volunteer opportunities in their community based on interests, date and geographical location.

Crisis numbers and resources

  • NAMI Minnesota Crisis Resources

    Loneliness and social isolation deeply affects our mental health. If you or someone you know is experiencing a mental health crisis and in need of immediate assistance these resources can help.

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