Who are we?

Social Wellness Collective is dedicated to creating and curating the best articles, research and resources toward addressing one of the most significant challenges of our time, social health & wellness.

Our mission is to accelerate public awareness of this pervasive health concern and shed light on the root causes of social isolation, disconnection and loneliness.  We do so by using a central online media platform to act as a quality clearing house for all to learn, be inspired and support the Social Wellness professionals publishing create work committed to the cause.

What is Social Wellness?

Social Wellness is an emerging category that addresses how our connection and integration into our communities – including the workplace – affect and drive our overall health.

According to the Health Resources and Service Administration, “Two in five Americans report that they sometimes or always feel their social relationships are not meaningful, and one in five say they feel lonely or socially isolated.” An American Psychological Association study released in August concluded that lonely people are at a higher risk for premature death.

Through our collective approach, we want to help create systems and organizations around Social Wellness that promote the good for all.

For who? 

For all those seeking more connection, community, and meaningful relationships in their lives, we intend to create a space where you can find valuable content that helps you feel a sense of belonging and lasting bond.

We exist to help you find healing from physical dis-ease, life dissatisfaction, and clinical depression caused by our lack of Social Wellness.

What else we offer:

In addition to being a media hub for Social Wellness, we have two sister organizations solving for Social Health and Wellbeing:   Society for Social Health and Well-being a group of committed professionals doing the work to solve social health issues from authors to researchers, coaches to therapist; gathers to community organizers and so many more.   The Society has ongoing initiatives under the Meaningful Connections Project like small group work and circling;  local community building (ex: potluck gatherings), workshops, eCourses; Dad’s League … and many other outlets to create more meaningful connection in the world.