Building a healthier Adirondack region
ADK Wellness Connections is the Adirondack region’s first centralized, coordinated referral network comprised of public, private, and non-profit service providers working together to improve health and wellness by addressing social and medical needs. Our vision is that every family can easily access a wide range of comprehensive services to meet their needs and promote a healthy lifestyle.
Making an impact in our community
Wellness depends on having access to a wide range of resources. Availability of food, housing, transportation, education, employment, health insurance, and other social supports impact your overall health.
We are here for you and your family
ADK Wellness Connections is a network of community, social service, and health care providers working together to make it easier for you to find, and get connected to, the resources and supports needed to live a healthy life.
Providers Available To Help You Now
Local community connections
The ADK Wellness Connections network includes three Coordination Centers to help connect you to resources that meet your needs. Each Coordination Center is run by a local community organization and covers a targeted geographic area:
- Franklin, Clinton, and Essex counties
- St. Lawrence county
- Hamilton, Fulton, Warren, Washington, and Northern Saratoga counties
NEWS AND EVENTS
Wednesday, June 24, 2020 @ 2:00PM This webinar is open to all current partners and organizations interested in joining. Learn more about our network progress, important updates, and hear from the Unite Us staff and our Coordination Centers. CLICK HERE REGISTER
ADK Wellness Connections, a free centralized, coordinated online resource and referral network sponsored by Adirondack Health Institute, connects individuals to a wide range of resources to improve individuals' health and well-being. The network, powered by the Unite...
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