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These unprecedented times have inflicted feelings of loneliness and isolation on us all.

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Institute on Aging’s Friendship Line

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Accredited for people age 60 and older and also serving those age 18+ with a disability.


Call this toll-free line for a friendly conversation and the caring ear of a trained team member. Available M-F, 7 a.m.-midnight ET

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For all adults 60 and older or 18+ with a disability
(non-Humana members)


In partnership with the Coalition to End Social Isolation & Loneliness, Far from Alone hopes to increase public awareness of loneliness and social isolation and partner with diverse stakeholders to advocate for policy change that combats the adverse consequences of these issues.

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Loneliness and isolation can happen to anyone, anywhere, at anytime – even to astronauts.


David Carl Hilmers, M.D.


Nicole Stott, M.S.


Emmanuel Urquieta


Cady Coleman, Ph.D.

Three astronauts and two scientists joined USA Today’s Storytellers Project – sponsored by Humana – and shared their first-hand experiences about fighting loneliness and creating connection – even from space.

Some people stay connected with friends and loved ones, even during the COVID-19 pandemic. But for many others, the pain of isolation and loneliness are not new and have gotten worse during times of quarantine and social distancing.

While the situation for some will evolve as Coronavirus recedes, the loneliness for others will continue.

With the resources and tips we’re offering here, the hope is that you or your loved one need not be lonely anymore, even when alone. Be part of a community, and be #FarFromAlone.

Papa: Addressing loneliness through companionship

Learn more about Papa – a company that pairs older adults and/or families with college students for companionship and assistance with everyday tasks

Community Care During COVID: Social Connectedness in New Orleans

Here’s how two of the Humana Foundation’s partners – Kingsley House and Growing Local Food Collaborative – are shifting their work during the pandemic.

Best Practices: How to stay socially connected when intentionally isolated

Download this helpful one-pager from the Coalition to End Social Isolation & Loneliness for tips on how to stay connected.

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