Being well is fundamental to good health. We’ve gathered some practical tips and links to resources to enhance your well-being.
Sometimes life takes a turn, check out Michigan 2-1-1 or dial 211at any time to get connected to community resources like childcare, mounting bills, shelter for the night, and more. It is a one-stop connection to thousands of local agencies and resources that can help you—24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
NOTE: Some phone systems cannot dial 211. If your phone will not allow you to dial 211, call 1-844-875-9211.
Stress less. Move more. Sleep Soundly. Michigan Department of Health and Human Services and Headspace have partnered to provide Stay Home, Stay Mindful, a new mental health resource for Michiganders to access for free during the COVID-19 pandemic. Scroll to the bottom of the home page for the free meditations. They also offer a two week free trial period, should you want to purchase the app.
To further develop your meditation practice, download the UCLA Mindful App to practice mindfulness meditation anywhere, anytime with the guidance of the UCLA Mindful Awareness Research Center.
Farmers Markets are filled with good food, and Michigan is home to farms and orchards that help you bring the bounty to your table. Use this Find a Farmers Market tool to find a market near you.
If you are 60+, you may qualify for home-delivered meals through your local area agency on aging. Sign up here and your regional agency will contact you if you qualify.
Check out our FitBits™ playlist featuring educators from across Michigan. It is filled 7–10 minute physical activity breaks designed for children that also teach about nutrition.
Download our Healthy At-Home Activities Booklet. Created by nutrition educators from Bronson South Haven Hospital, in partnership with Michigan Fitness Foundation, it is filled with ideas for indoor and outdoor activities and healthy snack ideas for you and your family.