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Stay connected to your family, friends, neighbors, church or other faith community. Doing things you enjoy, volunteering and talking with friends can help prevent depression and improve your overall well-being.

Resources about staying connected

  • Oregon's Centers for Independent Living provide peer support, information and referral, skills training and advocacy to people with a disability.
  • Oregon Volunteers promotes volunteerism and civic engagement in communities across the state. It includes a section on senior volunteer programs including RSVP, Senior Companions, and Foster Grandparents.
  • Civic Ventures is a national nonprofit organization. It focuses on helping boomers plan for their next life stage.

Planning Toolkit

Find information, resources and tools to help you start planning.

Ideas for staying connected

  • Take a class at your community college or senior center
  • Volunteer
  • Pursue a hobby
  • Participate in a neighborhood organization
  • Talk about concerns with a counselor or trusted friend
  • Join a support group


 
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