You’re Far from Alone

Feelings of loneliness can happen to anyone, anywhere — whether you’re surrounded by friends and family, or physically alone and in need of connection with others. As we follow social distancing and quarantine orders amidst the coronavirus pandemic, the effects of social isolation and loneliness have become increasingly apparent. By addressing health-related social needs, like promoting social connection, we can contribute toward positive health outcomes and improve our overall health and well-being.

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During the COVID-19 pandemic, millions of people are experiencing true isolation for the first time and struggling to manage newfound feelings of loneliness. Even though the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic requires us to keep distance from others, we can still stay connected with friends and loved ones. While our environment will inevitably evolve for most of us, what about those for whom social isolation and loneliness isn’t new and will continue? We can give people hope and remind them that even when by themselves, they are part of a community and #FarFromAlone.

Here are helpful tips, resources and information to keep your and your loved ones healthy routines going.