Find your connections.

Reconnect with your community. Search our directory to find programs and services near you. Not sure where to start? Try looking for transportation, volunteer programs, senior centers.

There’s no single reason for isolation.

As we get older, staying connected isn’t as easy as it once was — and it’s even harder for those of us who struggle financially. A complex set of circumstances contributes to loneliness and isolation, including:

  • Lack of access to quality resources and services
  • Declining health, mobility and overall well-being
  • Life transitions: retirement, loss of a spouse, etc.
  • Societal barriers and discrimination based on age, race, gender, ethnicity, sexual orientation, etc.
  • Lack of accessible, affordable transportation.

The resources below may help you pinpoint your risk for isolation.