Stay Connected Program / COVID-19 Resources

Stay Connected Program: 

The “Stay Connected” Program involves outreach and support to older adults experiencing greater isolation due to COVID-19. 

Participants may be identified by the primary care team, or identified via contact with known housing or social service agencies in the grantees’ communities.  A diagnosable mental disorder or PHQ-9 cutoff is not required to engage with this supportive program.

Slides and recording from the April 15 COVID-19 call are located on the learning community site

UW Psychiatry Resources:

Resources for COVID-19

CDC (Centers for Disease Control & Prevention):

APA (American Psychological Association):

WHO (World Health Organization):

GSA (Gerontological Society of America):

AGS (American Geriatrics Society): 

SIREN (Social Interventions Research & Evaluation Network):

Race Equity Tools:

IOA (Institute on Aging):

California 2-1-1:

  • 2-1-1 makes it easy to find food, housing, job training, after-school programs and much more.

AIMS Center Resources:

Zoom:

WhatsApp

Senior Lifestyle: