An Update on COVID-19 Resources
Wellbeing Waterloo Region and network members have assembled some information and resources related to wellbeing in the community during the pandemic. Below is a list of those resources:
- Resources for Coping with Anxiety and Stress
- COVID-19 Community Services
- Municipal Responses to COVID-19
- Mental and Spiritual Wellbeing During COVID-19
- Supports for Older Adults During COVID-19
- Grief, Dying, and Death During a Pandemic
If you have any suggestions or updates for new resources that you would like to share, connect with us by sending an email to email@example.com.
Who We Are
Wellbeing Waterloo Region is a community-led collaborative where members work together across sectors to improve the wellbeing of residents in Waterloo Region.
WWR’s 160+ members come from all parts of Waterloo Region, representing local residents with various lived experiences and 70+ organizations.
We are a diverse and connected network working together differently to make transformational change in wellbeing. We are able to impact wellbeing together in a way we are unable to alone. More specifically Wellbeing Waterloo Region’s purpose for existence is to CARE:
Convene and connect: our diverse community to leverage local assets, increase alignment, and overcome challenges to wellbeing collectively.
Amplify and align: existing efforts to promote and focus attention where transformational change is needed in community wellbeing across the region.
Respond and act: actively develop new solutions and actions to address community issues.
Educate and enhance knowledge: to learn from one another and understand system wide issues and address inequities.
A community where everyone thrives and no one is left behind.
We are a diverse and connected network working together differently to make transformational change in wellbeing. We are able to impact wellbeing together in a way we are unable to alone.
Courageous – Transformative – Adaptive – Inclusive – Equitable
There are three areas that Wellbeing Waterloo Region will be focusing on over the next two years in order to improve wellbeing.
1. Connected Community
Work together to amplify priority areas and impact wellbeing in a way we are unable to alone.
2. Reduce Inequities
Identify priorities, intentionally educate, advocate and develop new solutions that will address inequities and work towards reconciliation.
3. Measure and Monitor Wellbeing
Measure, identify gaps and disaggregate data to mobilize and understand inequities and collective wellbeing.